Holding people accountable in the workplace requires a full closed feedback loop to be really effective. If we are able to track actual results as people complete their assigned tasks, do you think they will be more inclined to make sure things get done?
Everybody talks about how task management tools are great at handling all those to-dos and action items. The reality is that very few people get the benefits they expect. There are hundreds of reasons for this, but here are the top 10 that affect the most people.
Everybody is talking about the power of checklists to improve overall productivity. But how can these simple productivity tools actually significantly improve quality of life?
Ask anyone in your office how they feel about meetings, and you are likely to get passionate responses on both sides of the aisle.
It can be tempting to show up to the office in the morning and immediately start doing things. Coworkers instantly start asking you to address tasks, your email inbox has filled up overnight, and your schedule quickly fills up.
Teams are always having trouble figuring out how to make sure that deadlines are taken seriously, and how to stop individuals from spending too much time procrastinating.
Every Human Resources professional has faced the issue of developing and sticking to a hiring methodology. It seems like you have to sift through more and more resumes and potential candidates than ever to make sure that all components of your HR recruiting process are running on schedule.