Without learning, there is no growth. Most businesses shifted their focus to learning and development as they realised that only “learning” can pave the path for innovation. And doing is learning half done. What is the other half all about then? The other half is all about what “doing” leads to.
“Task management” does not really require too many explanations. It is simple. A system which helps manage the innumerable tasks that turns the wheel around. Recording, assigning and monitoring tasks are the minimum that this system is expected to do. That is how it all began
Tasks are like small building blocks. Placed correctly in order, they hold the entire structure tight & solid! Every project’s success depends on how the tasks are assigned, managed and completed. However, most organisations do not realise how task management affect the overall productivity. Today’s teams do not work in compartments. They are highly connected. And that makes the work environment a highly interdependent one. Tasks in this environment need to be assigned, completed and measured. The need to measure stems from the need to dig into the valuable insights about the workflow of the organisation. Spreadsheets are the most commonly used tools of task management. Spreadsheet is an excellent tool to do many things, but task management is not one of them.