The best place to start something new for your project is to answer 3 key questions: What? Who? And When?
Here are some easy tips to get your project to a new start:
As a business manager, first you need to be focused on the bigger picture. Trust the power of your team and utilize their skills and you will also become more credible as a manager. It could also give you valuable early insight into any issues before they develop into large problems.
Use Management Tools
There are a variety of management tools available that you can use to help keep the project on track so choose one that works for you and keeps you on top of the project. You can use these tools for your team members in order to keep track of their schedule and to maintain the lines of communication.
Priorities and Deadlines
You should know that your team is on board when for every member is important to set priorities and guidelines. Explain the rationale behind deadlines and priority setting to help keep focus on the task.
Try to encourage every member from your team to set individual deadlines helps maximize their output by working to their strengths. Breaking large tasks down into smaller bite-sized portions, taking the lead and working with them to set reasonable goals in the beginning will keep them on track and engaged with the project and you will know exactly what each team member is working on and when their work is due.
Oh, and…don’t forget about
Your team must be involved from the start and this means right back at the planning stage. As a CEO, you must involve these employees, discuss with them what the project is, the aims of the project and how they play their part. This gives them a sense of ownership and ensures that they can get things done and meet the schedule.
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