Workload Management

This article was originally published at betterwithkick.com.

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Technology has enabled so many great changes to the way we work and live. It has made the world smaller and the workday more efficient. Not surprisingly, these gains have driven many of us to live an “always-on” lifestyle yielding many new challenges to tackle — which include time management, prioritization, and workload management.

This post will focus specifically on using technology to manage workload. Thankfully, there is no shortage of digital tools to assist with both project and workload management, For starters, it is helpful to get an idea of the difference between the two:

Good candidates for digital project and work management tools can define their work using at least two of these three key elements: (1) deadline-driven work, (2) ongoing work, and/or (3) a need to easily track and access work-specific references.

Below are a few examples of how to manage this type of work using my personal favorite product, Asana. Cloud-based, clean, and comprehensive, Asana is rightfully one of the leading work management products out there. Let’s break it down:

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Photo credit: Asana
Photo credit: Asana

No different than getting really clear about your goals and priorities and setting boundaries accordingly, it is essential to have a clean, confident way to get organized about your work and your team’s work. Take Asana for a spin for FREE or sign up for a 30-day trial Premium or Business plan for more advanced views and features, like reporting, automation, goal management, and integrations.

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Nicole Ellis

Nicole Ellis

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