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We are surrounded by data more and more each day and we’ve been told that this data should help us make smarter decisions; but do you feel like you have been given the space to stop reacting? Are you making smarter decisions? Or are you still trapped in urgent rapid-fire reactions?
This is especially true when it comes to executing on your task management after phase-in, after the first few months of performance and as the years progress. At each trigger point, your PMO should be reducing reactions and should be smoothly executing on your tasks in a predictable and ever improving manner. And one way to accomplish this is to implement systems that allow for increased collaboration and transparency. Systems that automate data collection and administrative tasks so you can think critically about the important items.
PMO systems should allow you to pinpoint higher priorities, flag urgent items, and get ahead of issues before they paralyze your organization.
Data collection and analytics need to be core features of your next PMO system so you can turn your reactions into decisions.
Learn how iSitePMO can help you, email us at email@example.com.
Our development team has been hard at work adding useful functionality to iSite.
Our Summer 2017 Release is loaded with efficiency improvements, new functionality, enhancements to existing functionality and more.
To learn more about the major updates for this release review these short videos:
- Remember User Filters (58s)
- Excel Export in Financial Module (42s)
- File Naming for Download Queue (53s)
- File Size Increase (1m 2s)
- Forecast Functionality in Financials (49s)
- List Lookup in Custom Attributes (1m 24s)
- Refactor Estimating Package Viewer (1m 26s)
It’s another Friday, what did you accomplish this week? Were you all over the map? Did you feel like you could never get caught up?
We are all busier than we have ever been, and our schedules are often interrupted or off track with our coworkers. But there are some easy steps you can take to ensure that you are at your productive best, no matter what your schedule looks like.
Implementing the right systems, following the right steps to plan, execute, control and close tasks, and being aware of where your hours go will help increase your productivity.
Find a support system that works for you, on your time!