Plan your day and record what you do with the timesheet tool. You can even send your timesheet to your customer/manager.
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Add your organisations (work, clubs, customers, etc.).
Add your groups (department, team, project team, etc.).
Add your roles and role assignments.
Add your tasks to the activities table.
Add notes for your nuggets of information.
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Add your projects, programmes, portfolios and operational/business as usual (BAU) activities a workstreams.
List your assets (the things you own).
Checkout our example organisation charts. Compare them to your corporate structure and investigate any differences.
List your brands.
List the services you, your group (department, team, etc.) and organisation offer. Full service management features are coming soon.
Identify things which have gone wrong as issues.
Identify things which could go wrong as risks.
Identify things which you are not certain about, and need to check as assumptions.
Identify activities which rely on other activities as dependencies.


Use this checklist to make your meetings better.

Meeting is NOT held at the time of a typical break/lunch or outside of normal working hours.
Delegates are likely to gain benefits from attendance and/or likely to contribute.
Start and end time of the meeting allows for people to travel to/from the meeting during work hours.
If there are international delegates, the meeting held at a suitable time.
Meeting chair and secretary are different people to enable each to focus on their role.
Meeting chair and secretary are familiar with the topics of the meeting before the meeting starts.
Meeting starts and finishes on time.
All required delegates attended. Optional delegates were given the option to deline.
All delegates responded in a timely fashion with their availability.
Any required delegate who declined attendance stated the reason.
Agenda was summarised (as a recap) at the start of the meeting.
Any timings of the agenda include contingency if possible.
Ways of working (e.g. raise your hand to get the attention of the chair) are summarised.
Minutes are collected during the meeting.
Minutes were presented on-screen during the meeting.
Only good quality presentation material was used.
Achievements (e.g. agreements reached) were summarised at the end of the meeting..
The chair has added/maintained delegate's interest in the meeting.
The chair has stopped discussion on over-running topics stating that they should be discussed at the end of the meeting, or at a new meeting.
The meeting is rated at the end.
Attendance is minuted.
Minutes have been sent out.
Minutes were sent as quickly as possible after the meeting.
Agreed items are marked as agreed.
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