We’re always trying to find ways to be more efficient, more productive and make the best use of our time. Google’s Head of Product Marketing at Google Apps for Work, Jeremiah Dillon, sent a motivational/instructional email to his team about time management. The email, which has since been shared throughout the web, focuses on the two paradigms of scheduling—the manager and the maker.
Imagine what your IT team could accomplish if mundane/repetitive tasks were automated.
85% of IT professionals say that intellectually stimulating activity is the most important factor in their job satisfaction. Understandably, their least favorite activities concern documenting, reporting and routine maintenance. However, once an automation tool is implemented, these professionals can ditch the menial, time-consuming tasks, allowing them to work on high-value projects.