It is a shame that the field of statistics offers us great insight into professional sports, when what we really need are statistics for real life.
For example, a statistic that would be immensely useful in any given workplace, and perhaps even in academia, would be a TPA score, with TPA meaning "Time Past Adjournment."
It would work sort of like WAR in baseball. The TPA would measure the average amount of time an individual makes a meeting last beyond when it really should end, that is to say, when anyone sane would know that the work the meeting is meant to accomplish has been accomplished.
Thus, an individual with a +5 TPA would mean "he or she will add about 5 minutes to any given meeting."
Anyone with a TPA of +10 should be summarily shot, or else traded to the Cubs.