Manage Work Priorities

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Manage Work Priorities 1. Identify three strategies you can use to manage time. There are several strategies that can be used to manage time more effectively. Businesses utilise time management methods to maximise work efficiency with the hope to decrease wasted time on tasks unrelated to the company’s objectives. The following are only a few, of many, time management methods used: Organisation: Being well organised and prepared in a business effects how an individual and the business perform as a whole. If a business or individual was unorganised documents could become easily misplaced or lost, paperwork would be piled high, and time would be wasted on finding or replacing documents. Being unorganised effects a business profit, reputation and success. I find being organised to be an ethical method of for managing time. Placing documents in time and date order, organising them into sections and categories and clearly labelled or colour coding folders. Also clearing the desk space from clutter and paper work allows for a fresh and clear start for the next task to be completed. Having documents filed categorically provides easy and quick access to paperwork when it is needed reducing time wasted searching through piles of documents which takes up a large amount of time. Creating Lists: Creating daily, weekly, and or monthly list of tasks to be done within a certain timeframe would avoid focusing on other tasks that have no importance or do not lead to a productive outcome of reaching individual and business goals and objectives. When writing a list of tasks to complete they need to reflect upon the businesses and team goals. That way everyone is on task focusing on the main important jobs and not wasting time on other tasks unrelated to the main goal. Although, writing lists may take up time, but it provides a reference of the

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