Moving from To-Do to Done: Task and Project Management Tools

Official Program Description

Our endless to-do lists never pause for us to evaluate task management apps. We are bombarded with information overload on a daily basis plus people don’t stop with more emails, texts, phone calls for help, and memos about even more that must be done.

While it is important to "plan your work and work your plan," it is equally vital to have the appropriate tools at your disposal for completing the tasks for each day, week, month, quarter, and year – especially since time is such a limited resource. When considering your approach to task management, there are several D-words that matter most: Discard, Delegate, and Do! Learn about processes for moving tasks from "to-do" to "done," including specific technological options to help you along the way.

Moving from To-Do to Done: Task and Project Management Tools presents you with easy-to-implement tools so that you will learn how to get more done in less time and always know what must be done and when it must be done. This class will help you boost productivity by focusing on technology to get you more organized thereby increasing efficiencies and bringing greater peace of mind.

This class combines business organization skills with technology tools to increase your efficiency and productivity. Content rich in breadth and depth, you will be presented with multiple choices for your business needs so that you leave ready to implement solutions.

Who Should Attend

This class is designed to benefit all business owners (whether you have one employee or thousands), all members of corporate teams, and all busy professionals, whether you are a PC or Mac user and whether you are new to technology or are already comfortable with it.

Expected Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, you will know new methods for priortizing tasks. You will also know the specific tools to get your to-do list done in a more efficient and effective way.


There are no prerequisites for this course.

Attend and You Will Learn

  • How to evaluate whether a task should be done and by whom
  • Methods for prioritizing tasks
  • Specific tools to move tasks from "to do" to "done" in the most efficient and effective way
  • Manageable steps to implement for getting more accomplished immediately

Additional Information

Instructor: Emily Parks

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