19. October 2009 17:41
I have found that work is managed at many levels in organizations and in the community. A means to dynamically seamlessly integrate all management levels will provide a great leap forward.
In broad terms, the levels can be described as:
Strategic – This is generally managed at a high level in corporate and functional areas and provides direction, with a framework for initiatives and strategic organizational work. It contains little detail.
Operational or project – This level generally provides the detail required to implement higher level strategies. It ... [More]
6. October 2009 17:42
Work management is an essential subset of management used to get work done. Typical work management activities are:
· Managing goals
· Sorting out relevant tasks
· Planning tasks
· Organizing work
· Managing meetings
· Involving people outside your work... [More]