Try the Eisenhower Matrix for workflow

September 1, 2021 Categorized in: Time Management

“I have two kinds of problems: the urgent and the important,” Dwight D. Eisenhower purportedly said, though he didn’t claim the original thought as his own. “The urgent are not important, and the important are never urgent.” From this musing emerged the time management method known as the Eisenhower Matrix.
When urgent requests pop up from more than one person, and you’re already crunched for time, what’s the best way to handle them? Use these four fixes.
More and more positions are expected to implement these practices day to day. Try waterfall project management, which involves a clearly laid-out process that is followed from start to finish.
Out-of-office message in Teams … Camera control … Lobby or no lobby?
Negative brainstorming, or reverse brainstorming, is just what it sounds like. Beginning on a negative note may sound a bit iffy, but this actually may be the direction our minds more naturally go.
How can I separate access within my own group in Teams when IT won’t let me create another team? … We’re migrating to Teams. Can we easily move DropBox files to our Teams Library?
Question: What are the elements of a successful project we should be shooting for and that we can list for ourselves as guideposts?
When you’re working out a problem with employees, vendors, or customers, making threats can be risky. People resent them, and you may decrease the likelihood of cooperation and even risk inciting revenge. Yet, as negotiation experts Adam D. Galinsky and Katie A. Liljenquist point out, threats can be effective—if you follow these three principles.
One of the easiest ways to add structure and organization to your workspace, files and more is to use color-coding. This typically applies more to paper files than digital files. However, many programs and task management tools allow you to add category colors so you can carry them over to your digital file management.
Well, first a little secret. It’s all SharePoint.
Is it time to get serious about killing your inbox clutter—not just deleting unwanted email messages but setting up ways of working that don’t create the clutter in the first place? Here are five tips to get you started.

Get your disaster procedures in order

April 7, 2021 Categorized in: Organizing

Whether you’re writing a procedure for how to route the mail or safely evacuate the building in the event of a fire, the process remains the same. A procedure is a procedure, no matter how big or small. Here are some sample disaster procedures you may want to include in your manual.

2 questions about sharing files

April 7, 2021 Categorized in: Project Management

Protecting shared Google Drive files … Transferring Dropbox files