23. November 2011 18:50
Most people use some form of a To Do list to remember and decide what they need to do next. The problem with To Do lists is they take a lot of time and effort to create and keep updated.
Imagine what it would be like to have software that scans relevant projects and tasks to find your To Do’s and produces an always up-to-date To Do list for you. All you need to do is tick off To Do’s when they are complete.
TASKey’s smart To Do List software automatically:
finds projects and tasks that are relevant to you
updates task plans, meeting actions, other peoples ... [More]
22. November 2011 14:36
Achieving accountability is relatively simple for a single task. However as the number of tasks increases, achieving accountability becomes harder and harder. Unfortunately in the real world, most people are involved in many tasks, so a simple way to manage personal and organisational accountability is urgently need.
The basic building block of accountability is a single task. With bigger tasks and projects, simply a number of single tasks aligned and implemented together.
Each single task has a context and workflow of To Do’s required to complete the task. &nb... [More]
22. November 2011 14:17
Cultural change happens one person at a time, so everyone needs to know what is happening and what they need to do. Positive accountability ensures that each person knows what they need to do to contribute to organisational change and keeps relevant people informed about actual progress.
Starting at the top of an organisation and letting change filter down is inefficient and takes too long, because there is no consistent structure for personal accountability. People are forced to make it up as they go along, so the change quickly looses direction and momentum.
In simple terms, a ... [More]
18. November 2011 17:37
Gantt charts are an easy way to see if progress is on track. But integrating Gantt charts and keeping them updated and relevant in real-time has been an elusive dream.
The reasons why this has been elusive are:
· Most solutions produce a separate Gantt chart for each project or strategy. Consequently to understand the relationships between projects, strategies, and other tasks; you need to compare the information on a number of Gantt charts.
· Who needs to do what... [More]