Skylightit.com founder Taimur Khan shares simple life hacks and time management tips for small business with FT (Financial Times) FTadviser.
For success, bottom line is time management, that time wasted can never be recovered. Therefore, for effective time management, you need to set routines and habits that help you to maximise your productivity.
Making sure your staff is productive is a hard nut to crack. Most businesses don’t even know if their productivity is at the optimal range. Even if you feel like your productivity is on point, there is always room for improvement.
We get requests from customers asking if Skylight will work for their business or if they need project management at all? Well, the thing is, you are already managing projects through your sales, customer interactions, major milestones or planned goals. Here are few thoughts and ideas on how to do this for your business.
Instantly know which invoices are overdue and need to be followed up on. Produce company-wide debtors statements for outstanding invoices split between what’s due today, 30, 60 or 90+ days from now, keeping your business accounts in shape along with your projects and time billing.
Recent news on the Guardian, talking about how the Skylightit.com web app has enabled us to be efficient in optimizing our work. We therefore thought of appreciating the Guardian and helping you out by sharing this great post.
Running a Small Business or Freelancing is not an easy Task. Here are some of the Excuses for not Getting Things Done on Time.
Your “must-do” list is growing like a proverbial mushroom. You are working flat-out, but accomplishing very little. There is always a reason if your efforts are not being effective.
The new notifications pallet now provides you with recent Notifications in an accessible part of the Skylight App. Skylight sends out notifications when actions or steps are taken by others on your account for example adding a task or replying to a comment. This helps to keep everyone informed of the latest activity on their projects.