Automatically Sorting Work for Everyone

by Dr Neil Miller 31. May 2009 02:03
Keeping our work sorted saves a lot of time and effort searching for relevant information. Sorting out work is relatively easy for one task, but even a small increase in the number of tasks and/or people involved makes keeping work sorted incredibly complex. When TASKey started developing software to keep work sorted, it was found that even seemingly simple sorting processes became complex when work is managed in detail. For example, in the order of a thousand transactions are required to keep the work sorted for five people doing five tasks at various stages of completion, each with fi... [More]

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Synchronized Work Lists - the Key to increased Efficiency & reduced Risks

by Dr Neil Miller 8. May 2009 17:18
One of the highest risks in modern workplaces is the poor synchronization of work. When work is not synchronized, risks are increased by: slowed workflows, wasted time and effort, lost continuity, increased stress and frustration, and under achieving people. Yet many managers believe that changing current work management methods will lead to increased risk. However the opposite is true. Current work management practices are incredibly high risk, because managers rely on people remembering what to do and actually doing it. So there is a huge gap in current work management prac... [More]

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Manage work from Mobile Phone Browsers (CeBIT Exhibitor Press Release)

by Dr Neil Miller 5. May 2009 17:19
TASKey provides web and mobile work management software. Now users can see and manage their work lists and ToDo lists from anywhere at any time on web and mobile browsers.   What TASKey software does TASKey’s web and mobile software synchronizes Task work lists and personal ToDo lists, keeps everyone informed, and automates progress reporting.   How work is often managed Managers develop lists of work tasks that need to be done.  Then the people doing the work create a list of the things they need to do to complete each task.   Often the lists of things that n... [More]

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Reduce Management Risks

by Dr Neil Miller 2. May 2009 17:21
Current management methods are high risk.  The strong reliance on people doing the right thing at the right time is at the core of workplace risks.  Yet few managers understand the high levels of risk in doing what they always have done. If you think about what happens now, you will see what I mean.  Usually some form of centralized list of agreed tasks that need to be done to achieve the goal is made.  Various milestones and deliverables are used to break the work into manageable chunks.  In most cases, managers decide who is responsible to achieve the deliverab... [More]

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