Sadly, a lot of time is wasted.
These could be in personal processes you’re working with, or in huge workflows which span multiple people.
Time can be lost in so many ways.
Some web apps you might be using to help manage your workflows require constant attention – reporting, updating, or having to contact other colleagues to get them to complete their section of the workflow.
These are interruptions, and according to Professor Gloria Marks from the University of California, with each interruption, there is an average of 23 minutes and 15 seconds wasted to get back to the task.
Other workflows experience inefficiencies simply because your current processes take too long. Full stop.
The more time things take, the more work you have to do.
In this article, we’ll guide you through a series of tools which can help you create workflows, follow workflows, and automate workflows.