One of the best ways to ease into productivity is to make a to-do list because they force us to identify concrete, actionable goals and help us remember important information. Laura Newcomer takes us back to basics on task achievement.
One of the most important metrics to measure your work, or your team’s work, is to see how productive the person is. Productivity is good for completing tasks, but it’s not necessarily a success metric, argues Pavel Aramyam.
Failure to deliver the expected results at the expected time can increase dissatisfaction among project stakeholders. Bhauvik Tripathi asks: what are the common causes for delays and how should we address them?
Ever wondered what the bridal party is doing before they arrive ‘fashionably late’ to the wedding ceremony? Editor Adeline Teoh on what happens if the project plan lives in the head of an overwhelmed bride.
A project-based future needs a project-based work environment and it seems many organisations are already embracing activity based working. Let there be projects and project spaces, writes editor Adeline Teoh.
How often have you heard someone say they were good at multitasking? Michelle LaBrosse advocates for agile’s timeboxing, the practice of focusing on one project task—without distractions—for a short, pre-defined period of time, as better for productivity.