How do you prioritize your tasks/projects for the day/week? Do you use any special methods or frameworks?


16Answers



Yes i do use a frame work. I do jobs only i can do. Jobs that take the least amount of time get done first. Team does everything else.

Answered by Rupert Samuel

The boss, Walletly, A1Club.

I usually plan activities per month and break it down into weekly set of activities. There are no special methods or frameworks that I used.

Answered by Umair Ansari

Digital Services (Head), Institute of Hotel Management, Aurangabad

I myself am handling 10+ projects at a time, so good planning and time management is key. In our team we use Slack, Dropbox, and Skype as main tools for project management, which helps with communication. <br/><br/>Eisenhower matrix also works wonders for prioritisation 🏃🏃<br/><br/> For personal time management, here are my “keys to success”:<br/>- Make sure to dedicate 15-30 mins every beginning and end of the day to planning and prioritisation.<br/>- Take a short (walking or standing) break every 2 hours to refresh the mind, connect with people and refill on the water/ coffee.</br>- Dedicate time for offline work.

Answered by Maryna Burushkina

Chief Marketing Officer at 7MARKETZ Group

When I worked with my coach she always spoke about prioritising and how to make that work. So I look at making sure that I work on something for my business first, whether that's a blog post, social media content - just so I am always moving my business forward first - then it will be client work and times to go through emails, facebook group conversations etc.

Answered by Maxine Kerley

Owner, Digital Bon Bons

Use Urgent Important Matrix & track tasks on Asana/Trello

Answered by Deep Patel

Founder & COO of Zybra

I use an online task management app, schedule tasks based on urgencies and scope, note deadliest deadlines for tricky ones, tick each one off as I complete.

Answered by Cherry Thelmo Fernandez

Marketing Coordinator, Chillisoft

Lists! It drives my partner crazy. I write a list for everything- shopping, holidays, work etc. That and I use Asana, a great project management tool to better organise my day. It’s also a good tool to let my clients know what I’m doing.

Answered by Dannii Moon

Freelance Social Media Strategist

Yes, I have tasks set up through the CRM everyday. Making sure you write out your tasks at the start of your day and at the end of your day to prep your next day.

Answered by Evan Arancibia

Owner, EZ Consulting LLC

I use two things. A to-do list and Agile framework. These two frameworks, when done right, are more than enough to structure your tasks and projects throughout the day and of course your week.

Answered by Apurba Rath

Director, WirSay Technologies Pvt Ltd

I believe in planning and then execution. We meticulously work and keep a check on our weekly planners and timelines.

Answered by Moushumi Pal

Founder of Woodpecker Media

I use a block schedule to manage my time, and a running to-do list to make sure everything is always done on time.

Answered by Gabrielle Crumley

Founder, Adlux Marketing

We have laid down processes to follow wherein we make sure that every client’s work is incorporated in a seamless manner. Each assignment holds equal weight for us. We have tools and technologies that we rely on to execute and take every tasks to completion. We extensively use the frameworks like Google Drive, Google Sheets, Google Keep which prove to be very efficient tools.

Answered by Vandana Kapur

Director at The Channel

I follow a strict but simple routine. I start my day early, at around 5:00 am in the morning and spend an hour working out while reading business news. After checking my meeting schedules I make a priority list of tasks to be accomplished. I use Hubstaff as a project management tool and make sure to respond to emails by the end of the day, unless an urgent response is needed.

Answered by Zara Baker

Full-Stack Integrated Marketer

I use Google Sheets and Docs for a lot of my projects and calendars.

Answered by Aisha Rasul

Founder & CEO at SociStory, San Francisco

I list down all the tasks and pick up the most heavy ones on a daily basis. Since we need to do a lot of content I usually try to finish content intensive tasks in the first half of the day and look at the remaining ones later.

Answered by Amrita Dudeja

PR Executive, MSL Group

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