Work management improves command, control, communication, coordination, cooperation, and collaboration within the organization. Employees use work management to improve their daily operations, especially in areas of knowledge work. Work management practices are simple to understand but need some cultural change for adoption. Together with horizontal functions, team leaders guide employees to change their work habits and ultimately make the organization’s work more effective, efficient, and sustainable.
Work management - Project
Work management - Process
Forms and tables are useful tools to structure information as part of process and project tasks. They are simply structured, easy to understand, and quickly built. Forms and tables ensure that people in organizations include the necessary information to complete a task without further questions back and forth. With Google and Microsoft including forms and table tools into their collaboration suites, organizations don’t need additional software to procure and implement to systematize and standardize their work.
The organizational library provides books to employees. Employees read books to develop improvements and innovations for the organization. Many books exist containing good practices about various topics to help advance the organization. Individual team leaders and functional teams set the culture and the processes so that good practices can flow from books to teams, and throughout the organization.
Organizational library - Project
Organizational library - Process