3 Strategies To Improve Your Time Management As A Remote Leader
Avatara President, Ben Scully, was interviewed by Forbes to discuss time management and how our CompleteCloud Platform helps track productivity.
2. Make use of available technologies.
Even if you’re a diehard physical planner user, do yourself a favor and look into free or low-cost project management tech tools. With ample options available, there’s sure to be one that fits into your workflow. That way, you can let technology not only help you organize your week, but also show you how to become a better time steward. From that point, you can share what you’ve learned with your teammates.
Every Monday, Ben Scully, the president of cloud computing IT platform provider Avatara, writes down up to five tasks he must accomplish during the week. Keeping those tasks in front of him helps him remain tactical with the rest of his hours. However, he also measures how productive he and the rest of his team are with help from a cloud-based tech stack tool.
“We utilize our cloud platform’s built-in productivity reports to understand how workforces are engaging in their work, regardless of if they are in the office or working at home,” Scully said. “This ultimately leads to sharing best time management practices and workflow improvements organization-wide.”