Focus time analytics

Focus time analytics

What is focus time analytics? 
Focus time analytics is the process of analyzing how much time your team has, on average, for their own work. One of the most popular ways of collecting such data is by running surveys or engaging in other active listening activities with your team. Many companies conduct focus time analytics through existing corporate systems, such as Slack, G-Suite, or Office 365. 
The key to effective focus time analytics is to do it ethically. This means conducting an analysis on a team level, where data is anonymized, and you’re not assessing each employee individually. You should look at your team from a bird’s eye view and collect data on work patterns, and not human characteristics.

Practical insights about work habits for a leader and a team

  • Time spent on individual work
  • Time spent on multiple context work
  • Details on focus time (e.g., focus streaks length)
  • Team focus time heatmap

What is the goal? Minimum 10 hours of deep work per week per employee (2 hours deep work streaks daily). 

Why is it important? Going deep into work will produce a motivated team and a higher level of quality and strategic thinking in work. 

Read more on our blog: 

How can HR BP open data-informed dialogue with leaders on boosting team well-being? →How to leverage advanced People Analytics with strong ethics upfront? →

Read more from other resources: 

Beyond Collaboration Overload: How to Work Smarter, Get Ahead, and Restore Your Well-Being →

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