Documented processes don’t just save you time, money, and give a consistent method for your team to follow. They make everything you do more reliable and efficient, even increasing project success rate by 70%.
Unfortunately, getting started is the hardest part. Whether you don’t feel like you have time to set up your management system or just don’t know what to use for your needs, it’s difficult to get over the initial learning curve.
That’s why I’m going to outline the 9 organizational tools you can use to get started right now.
From their pros and cons and best use guidelines to general tips on what to do with your organizational tools, this post will cover:
- Process Street
- Office 365 (Microsoft Word and Excel)
- Google Suite (Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Drive)
- …and 4 process management techniques to get you started
It’s time to learn what organizational tools you need to manage your processes, and how to use them.