A lot of action management methods are used in team work management. One of them is GTD. As practice shows, GTD is a wonderful method for individuals who want to dramatically increase their productivity. GTD group use is a different matter as this method cannot be directly applied in a team practice. GTD team use can appear counter-productive as it may be subjected to several problems. As far as GTD method was designed for personal action management, usually implementation of GTD in a group is falsely understood as all team members should get own GTD systems. In this case separate individual GTD systems will mainly work discordantly and of course this does not look productive in the context of entire group collaboration. Another problem that will destroy productivity and will fail the GTD group implementation may appear when team head tries to subdue GTD systems of subordinates to his/her own system. Main thing that you need to remember is that personal productivity and group productivity are different and need to be managed differently. Communication and collaboration - these two things are the key conceptions for group productivity.
VIP Task Manager is real-time communication and collaboration software that will help you in planning tasks and controlling performance of your team members in terms of time, tasks and costs. This product allows you to share business and projects schedules, to monitor work execution in real-time and to analyze team efficiency.
VIP Team To Do List is e-mail communication and collaboration software. With a help of this easy-to-use product you can plan, categorize, prioritize and assign tasks to team members, send tasks lists by e-mail and receive feedbacks to track progress in terms of time and tasks completion.
- start your communication and collaboration software
- create tasks for you and other team members
- use Task Tree to create project break-down structure
- plan timelines, costs and set priorities, give instructions, assign tasks to performers
- control project evolution in real-time