Active Athletes Sets Two-Week Goals To Boost Workflow Progress
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 01, 2015 ) London, Hendon -- The new company Active Athletes has set special two weeks goals in order to boost productivity and workflow. The CEO's initially started with bigger goals but the more they break it down the easier it is to follow through.
The aim was to become more productive and get more done towards the bigger 90 day and one year goals so more is achieved in less time. The two weeks goals are task based and all go towards the bigger 90-day milestones and goals.
So far the company has seen more productivity with the tasks being broken down into two week goals. These goals are achievable however they just about cannot be done within one week. The aim for the company is to become highly efficient and maximise the productivity of the workplace.
Active Athletes CEO Shim and Josh are trying out this new milestone strategy to see how workflow is affected. So far productivity has been up and larger goals seem more doable when they are broken down into smaller two-week tasks.
The big 90-day goals include financial goals, marketing goals and goals related to product creation and suppliers. The two-week tasks lay out specific actions that can be done to get closer to the bigger 90-day goals. These tasks can be done every day and each day should work towards completing the two-week goals.
The company will keep this technique with employees when they start to employ customer service and other workers to manage marketing and other systems of the company.
About JSM Brothers
Active Athletes produces high quality athletic equipment. They focus on solving their customer problems and bringing sporting innovation to the marketplace. Active Athletes has created their first product, the Active Knee Brace and it uses a unique coil spring technology to keep the knee, secure.
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