When you’re a team leader in the workplace, you need a project management app or tool to standardize workflow, assign tasks, and more easily achieve deliverables. But having the right tool is one thing. You also need to have the project management terms downpat — and to ensure that your teammates also know and understand them — so that you’re all speaking the same language.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re planning an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). ICO launches are extremely complex and time-consuming affairs. It’s a huge undertaking just to coordinate the many people involved, including software developers, blockchain and cryptocurrency specialists, PR and marketing managers, as well as advisors, partners and early investors. Staying on schedule for the nine to twelve months it takes to prepare and promote a successful ICO is major challenge.
Do you remember the first episode of Mad Men, when Elisabeth Moss starts her first day in an ad agency and has to learn how to use the latest technology–a typewriter? In 2018, rewatching episodes of the mid-century modern drama reminds us that technology has come a long way. Just as the typewriter left the labor force after the invention of the computer, businesses need to start abandoning paper to-do lists.
With what? Task management software that helps you track recurring tasks.
Do you need to buckle down and get stuff done? Sometimes the perfect soundtrack is all it takes to up your productivity. Music and ambient noise are a crucial part of our lives, and whether you’re working from the relative silence of your home or you are smack in the middle of a noisy collection of cubicles to maximize productivity, you need productivity music.
A 2014 study in Scientific Report proved the link between music and productivity. Titled “Network Science and the Effects of Music Preference on Functional Brain Preference: From Beethoven to Eminem,” the study offered evidence that hearing pleasing music helps individuals focus more deeply.
Every business owner wants to run a productive organization, but that’s often easier said than done. After all, productivity isn’t just some vague concept—it’s the result of many variables being carefully controlled all at once. If you want to make your business more productive, you can’t just will it into being so. Instead, you’ll have to improve the way you manage multiple projects and with that–multiple tasks.