A key component of Project Management in Microsoft Outlook is learning about the Tasks Folder and how it relates to the Calendar and the Inbox.
With the task assignment feature in the Tasks folder, project managers can receive up-to-date information on the status of assigned tasks from each team member. Every team member will benefit professionally as they learn how to:
Using the tips and techniques taught in this webinar will enable your entire team to stop spinning their wheels in unproductive activities. They will leave the office on time with a calm feeling that assignments are under control.
Completing projects by the required deadline is a challenge for most project managers. The deadline is often put in jeopardy at the very beginning of the assignment because you are spinning your wheels getting the project organized and assignments made to the right team member. This is like throwing money down the drain.
In contrast, you can put money in your pocket if you learn to use the project management features of Microsoft Outlook to their fullest extent.
A smart user of Microsoft Outlook knows it can be used almost like a programming language: if you know what you want to do in Outlook, you can probably find a way to make it respond and do exactly that.
In addition to the Assign Tasks feature, in this webinar you will learn how to customize the Tasks Folder for prioritizing and productivity, overcoming hurdles that delay the completion of tasks and projects while creating a methodical way to meet deadlines.
This webinar instruction helps project professionals launch, track, and manage projects with crystal clear deadlines and built-in checkpoints. The instruction highlights little used but powerful Microsoft Outlook features and documents the benefits of efficiently using them to keep projects moving forward to successful conclusions. By implementing the techniques, your project team will be better equipped for the challenges of the ‘do more with less’ business environment of the 21st century. This instruction makes you efficient, effective and puts you in an elite circle of project managers.
Management guru, Tom Peters, asked, “How does a major project get to be a year late?” Then he answered his own question: “One day at a time.”
Getting team members on the same wavelength, channelling their energy, and keeping them on track to finish on time takes meticulous planning and execution. In the planning and execution phase of projects, Microsoft Outlook is a valid and valuable tool. There is no need to purchase additional, expensive project management software.
Sign your project team up for this session and they will be able to keep their projects moving down the tracks at a steady speed and finish by the deadline.
This session teaches the secrets of making Outlook a tool for exponential productivity on a personal level as well as on a project team level. When the principles are implemented, you and your unit will gain company-wide recognition for completing projects on time.
Karla Brandau is a leading authority on time management and Microsoft Outlook. For over twenty years she has taught her innovative productivity methods in top corporations such as Motorola, Coca-Cola Enterprises, Panasonic, and BYD America. Over 85% of the organizations who hire her, invite her back for repeat engagements.
She has written 101 Time Management Tips for Busy Professionals and produced visual “How To” guides for Microsoft Outlook 2010, 2013, and 2016. She has a degree in education and is a Certified Speaking Professional, an earned designation given by the National Speakers Association.