Scheduling – how to prioritize tasks

//Scheduling – how to prioritize tasks

Scheduling – how to prioritize tasks

Scheduling is the key to success. Taking scheduling as a cynosure topic, we blogged on the basics and importance of scheduling, how technology is useful in scheduling, workforce management impact through scheduling and tips to make employee scheduling easy. Today we will focus on how to schedule priority tasks:

  1. List: This is an important aspect when it comes to scheduling. Make a complete list of what you are going to do, how are you going to do and when. If this is for your team, make a list for everyone and give it to them to follow the same.
  2. Assess the tasks often: After the list is made and given to the members, there must a constant assessment on the tasks now and then. If you sit back that the work is delegated, there are chances that you might not be able to complete the work.
  3. Consequences consideration: Not every chore will require the same attention as well as the same time limit. Your list might have varied tasks. Analyze and understand the important tasks, time factor and make a smart move accordingly.
  4. De-clutter: Once you are done with even a small job on your to-do-list, and then strike it off. Usually, the to-do lists are nothing but small works that pile up and look like big chores.

These are some of the many ways through which you can use scheduling to prioritize tasks. Implement these methods in the works you do to increase productivity.

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By | 2018-01-11T04:32:19+00:00 July 24th, 2015|Time Management|0 Comments

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