Task Management

1. If you manage tasks in a system then you can follow your tasks and also the progress of those that you delegated to others. You can filter them in all sorts of ways for example from urgency to deadlines. This can make sure no task gets out of sight and can help you with prioritising. The more efficient use of time and resources can save on labour costs and increase output.

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​2. Tasks are varied in all sorts of ways. Small to big, one-time to fragmented, time and space-specific to flexible, concerning one person to a team, private to business, just to mention a few. The system can provide different solutions for different needs where you overview and manage them from different aspects. This saves on administrative costs and helps in prioritising.

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​3. In an integrated system, tasks can be generated based on different departments data, for example approvals needed, projects or attention needed for some filed document. The system can also provide the necessary data This saves on administrative costs, and results in quicker response time.
 

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​4. Tasks completed, times logged, can all provide insights for management and provide reflection opportunities for individuals and teams. This can draw attention to underlying strategic problems facilitating the search for remedies, saving money for the company.
 

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Contents

Section 1

Department-specific benefits

Section 4

Change Management

Section 2

Restructuring benefits

Section 5

System related operational risks

Section 3

Modelling

Section 6

Interconnectedness
of systems

Section 7

Other system gains

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