Modern society has a measurement obsession. From number of steps taken to average commute time, we know more about ourselves and our environment than ever before. However, an area that has remained measurement obstinate is workplace behavior: How we spend our time and how it affects our ability to thrive at work and beyond. Workplace analytics—data pulled from tools we use every day such as Microsoft Outlook and Calendar—is beginning to change that by providing robust insights into how we work. However, knowing our missteps doesn’t necessarily mean improvement. There must be systems in place to drive sustained behavior change. We’ll discuss how to leverage organizational data, technology and behavioral science to help you optimize your working hours and help you and your team achieve more.