Scheduling is important for bringing in productivity in work. We earlier saw as to how technology is useful in scheduling, and workforce management impact through scheduling. Today, we will glance out on the basics and importance of scheduling. Even with excellent skills in other areas, people tend to lose out on efficiency. To be a perfect leader, it takes communication and scheduling. Let us see how:
Planning and scheduling are two different things, but are often confused as one. When work is planned at first and then scheduled, and later executed by the employee, the productivity increases, and also results in lowering costs.
Scheduling involves deciding when to do the work and who will do the chore. Scheduling of work means to decide at what exact time and date the work will be done, and whom to allocate the work to. Before scheduling the work to the person, it is better to plan a format in the way the work should be done. Any work can be planned but not all the work can be scheduled. That is why, it is important to plan work and schedule it properly to respective people.
Before scheduling, one must have utmost knowledge about the team and its members. He or she must communicate with everyone in the team and understand their strengths and weaknesses. Once all that is bought into paper, it becomes easier to schedule the planned work. Have a happy scheduling with these few basics!
In the forthcoming blog, we will see ways to make employee scheduling much easier.
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