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Great ToDo for GTD stuff actually with task dependencies by May 14
If you visit Lifehack regularly then I’m sure you’ve noticed the Getting Things Done series that’s been featured here lately. In recent weeks I’ve been discussing the methodology itself, and how to use it in your everyday efforts (both work and personal projects). What I didn’t do, however, is point you towards specific tools you can use to make your GTD life easier. Well, that is exactly what I’m going to do today.
SMART / SMARTER is a mnemonic to guide people when they set objectives, often called key performance indicators (KPIs), for example for project management , employee performance management and personal development . The letters broadly conform to the words specific , measurable , attainable , relevant and time-sensitive with the addition of the words evaluate and reevaluate used in more recent literature. The first known uses of the term occur in the November 1981 issue of Management Review by George T.
A responsibility assignment matrix [ 1 ] (RAM), also known as RACI matrix [ 2 ] ( pron.: / ˈ r eɪ s iː / ) or linear responsibility chart [ 3 ] (LRC), describes the participation by various roles in completing tasks or deliverables for a project or business process . [ 4 ] It is especially useful in clarifying roles and responsibilities in cross-functional/departmental projects and processes. [ 5 ] RACI is an acronym that was derived from the four key responsibilities most typically used: Responsible , Accountable , Consulted , and Informed . [ 6 ] [ edit ] Key responsibility roles Responsible Those who do the work to achieve the task. [ 7 ] There is at least one role with a participation type of responsible , although others can be delegated to assist in the work required (see also RASCI below for separately identifying those who participate in a supporting role). Accountable (also approver or final approving authority )
To do list task managers and full productivity software is essential to a freelancers business. The style of design your looking for in a to do list app will differ based on the size of your small business, the nature of the services you offer, and your personal preferences. You may be a one man freelancer and prefer a stripped down, easy to use task app that syncs well in the cloud and works with your preferred devices. Or you may regularly work with a team and need some specific features to have you all working in harmony and efficiently. While every user will have different needs in a to do list manager, there are some features that clearly add functionality, and looking at them will help you choose the best to do app for you.