Welcome to another topic in work organization. Today we are going to deal with planning.
Get into the habit of planning the coming workday in writing already at the end of the current workday. Visualize the schedule of the following day! So, think about what are the most important tasks that you need to do the next day. Set in writing a time in which this should be done.
Ultimately, though, it's up to your personality. You may also find it easier to do the planning at the beginning of the workday. This is because when you get to the office, you already have a brief overview of upcoming (new) tasks that can be integrated directly.
Take your personal performance curve into account when planning your day!
And don't forget to plan time for the unexpected!
Use planning techniques and organize your work.
Only put the task on the table that you are currently working on. Other tasks should be temporarily stored in the drawer. Too many work tasks on the table will distract you from the task at hand!
Example for workplace organization
1) On the desk
- To-do list and appointments
- Tasks for reference
2) Desk - base cabinet or processing basket
- Tasks in progress
3) Desk - base cabinet or project container
4) Filing cabinet
Try it out and use your time!