The book cover says it all: 21 great ways to stop procrastinating and get more done in less time. The basic premise is that we should start each day with our biggest and most important task and/or project (aka: the ugliest frog). The chapters are short and digestible. The chapter summary provides tangible exercises to improve efficiency and diminish procrastination. The content is 100% accessible for all types of team members trying to improve time and task management strategies. Best of all, there is no promise of a single silver bullet. Rather, the key message is 1% solutions to develop habits of success and a positive addiction to efficient outcomes.
How to use it:
This is a fantastic read for school-based operations team. Assign a chapter each week and discuss in your weekly ops team meeting. Brainstorm opportunities to make the concepts appliable to your current challenges. Most of us are still trying to dial-in our time and task management strategies and I promise that this book provides helpful tips and tricks for every single team and every single challenge.