Multitasking

Hi, it’s Anthony from Time Technology.

There’s a lot of confusion about multitasking.  So what is it exactly?  Multitasking is managing multiple responsibilities by focusing on one task while keeping track of others.  It means switching between tasks, doing tasks rapidly, one right after the other.

Research confirms multitasking—doing more than one task at the same time—is a myth. People who think they can split their attention between multiple tasks at the same time are much less productive.

Work is fast, fluid, and constantly changing.  How can we avoid the firefighting and rework that keeps us from doing what really matters?

Some really cool TimeSmart suggestions:

  • Have a central, visible, dynamic workflow that helps us to become fast, nimble and adaptive.
  • Measure incoming work against existing workflow and make task priority decisions in real-time—total workflow control!
  • Comfortably reschedule tasks when priorities change.
  • Have a visible, real-time completed task process.
  • Know what’s done and what still needs to be done.

Can’t stress enough: we can only do this stuff by fully engaging in technology—technology that is already sitting on our devices, we only have to use it.  If we can’t see it, we can’t manage it.  There will always be pressure to keep doing, doing, doing.  It’s all about the best return on  investment of time.

There has never been a better time to explore and embrace a new way of working.  We’d love to share TimeSmart with you.

An old saying is: we don’t know what we don’t know.  My number is above, let’s have a Zoom call.  Nothing to lose! Speak soon.