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Nigel Creaser

Project Manager Productivity Hacks

Do you want to get MORE TIME and to get MORE DONE?
As a Project Manager or any manager for that matter, we rarely leave the office with everything finished. There is always a list of things that you did not get to or an email your saw pop in just as you shut down the computer. As you finally travel home, later than you wanted and later than the expectations you set with your significant other or your kids, your phone vibrates to remind you another email arrived. Should you check it? Will it wait until tomorrow? Sound familiar?
What if I told you there are things that you can do to help you get out of the office that little it earlier and with more stuff done? In this book, you will find some relatively simple tools and techniques to do just that, you will learn

how to get control of your email inbox

unshackle yourself from your phone

speed up producing dreaded post-meeting notes

be able to focus more on tasks and complete them quicker

make sure you are doing the work you should be doing.


I will guide you through 11 actionable hacks, which once you have adopted you will never want to let go.
Do MORE in LESS time.
76 printed pages
Original publication
2022
Publication year
2022
Publisher
Nigel Creaser
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Quotes

  • Yulia Yurchakhas quoted7 months ago
    A critical part of a project managers role is to communicate and building strong relationships improves our ability to communicate effectively.

    Think about when you need your device and when you don’t need it. Prioritise the person not the tool
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quoted7 months ago
    One final bit of advice on emails. If an email has an important flag, that does not necessarily mean it's important to YOU. Let me say that again it does not necessarily mean it is important to YOU.

    It may be incredibly important to the person sending it, but it's your time and your priorities and your productivity that we are talking about. Don't assume that the important thing to them is important to you and therefore do not treat the email as if it's important to you, unless it is of course
  • Yulia Yurchakhas quoted7 months ago
    Try this approach:

    Block out 30 minutes, 3 times a day in your diary.
    Use the 4Ds method for dealing with email. Delete, Delegate, Diarise or Do it
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