5 Productivity Tools For Administrators

5 Productivity Tools For Administrators

This list first appeared on AOL and was written by Justin Lingenfelter.

It is difficult to keep track of employees, schedules, and projects, but it is essential to growth and health of a company.

There are a lot of mobile, web, and software applications available to help managers and employees communicate more effectively and meet pressing deadlines.

Here are five tools administrators will love:

1. Yammer

Yammer is an enterprise social network.

2.  Sococo

Sococo is a virtual office.

3.  TeamworkPM, Basecamp, Asana

TeamworkPM, Basecamp, and Asana are for project management.

4. WeekPlan

WeekPlan is based on Steven R. Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. It leverages what important vs what’s urgent.

5.  Google Calendar

Google Calendar is great for staff meetings and determining availability.

Get additional details on pro and cons, pricing, and more at AOL.

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rmacklyn
rmacklyn

Whatever productivity it may be, time management keeps a significant importance in the respective level to get ahead with the process. If there is a mismanagement of time and literally that confines to the approach in getting ahead with segment, then the end result comes out to be perfect and fine. One recommendation from my end is the cloud based hours tracking software from Replicon ( http://www.replicon.com/olp/hours-tracking-software.aspx ) which is hassle free and is featured with the user friendly and calendar based interface that makes it an intuitive tool to work with.