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Making It Easy to get the right things done at the right time with the right people

Author: Dr Neil Miller

Doing the right things at the right time with the right people gets things done. But how can you be sure that you are doing this? In most workplaces, there are many planning, implementing and sustaining processes in place to ensure that work is done efficiently. However these processes vary from person to person, team to team, and organisation to organisation. So everyone is faced with a maze of plans and processes they need to navigate through to get their work done. When you need to coordinate with other people to get work done, the navigation required gets more complex. When the other people are not physically located with you, it gets even more complex. TASKey has developed a Work Navigator that makes it significantly easier to answer the question "What is the best use of my time now?" Most people just want to know what they need to do when and with whom. They don't want to waste a lot of time trying to find out how they should contribute to strategies, projects, tasks and processes. And they don't want to spend their time in meetings and chasing people trying to coordinate their work. The work navigator is a software tool that produces a To Do list that includes what each user needs to do to get the right things done at the right time with the right people. It does the complex coordination 24x7 in the background, so you can focus on getting your work done. Coordination involves a lot of small timely adjustments to the relationships between tasks, actions, To Do's, and teams, to keep work on track. Usually when adjustments are missed or done out of order, person to person coordination becomes required to get work back on track. Unfortunately person to person coordination takes time; attending meetings and talking to other people, leaves less time for actual work. So usually people do as much coordination as they can, and react to fix problems caused by missing or uncoordinated relationships. TASKey's Work Navigator software provides a simple way to work out the actions required to achieve a goal. Then it makes the coordination adjustments required for you stay on track to concurrently navigate to many goals (organisation, team and personal). The software (called Me2Team) provides you with a list of what you need to do, so you can navigate through the maze of tasks you are involved in. By simply completing and ticking off To Do's, you know you are doing the right things at the right time with the right people to gets things done. But most importantly, as you achieve your goals, you also reduce time, effort and stress. For more information, visit or


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