How Is The MEI Calculated?

The maximum score for the Meeting Effectiveness Index (MEI) at the individual meeting level is 100 points.  Points are earned in the following areas: 

  1. Completion of Objectives - In order to achieve the maximum points for a meeting you have to compete all of the objectives defined for the meeting. Objectives are noted as completed by checking them off during meeting execution by using the check box located to the right of each Objective. 

  2. Completion of Agenda Items  - In order to achieve the maximum points for a meeting you have to compete all of the agenda items defined for the meeting.  Agenda Items are noted as completed by checking them off during meeting execution by using the check box located to the right of each Agenda Item. 

  3. Attendance - In order to achieve the maximum points for a meeting all invited attendees must attend the meeting.  Attendees are noted as present by clicking their names in the attendees dropdown during meeting execution.  A check mark will appear next to each attendee that is noted at present for the meeting.  

  4. Percentage of Meeting Assets that are Action Items and Decisions - This MEI component rewards meeting leaders that conduct meetings that generate actions and make decisions.  This component computes the percentage of meeting assets that are action items and decisions.

 The Project Level MEI score is calculated as follows:

  1. Average of all individual meeting MEI scores

  2. Percentage of action items, issues and risks completed on time  Basically this component is capturing how well owners of action items, issues and risks are following up and completing their assignments on time.  
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