How to set the priorities within your to-do-list with an ABC analysis

Recently I wrote a blog post about ‘How to get through your to-do list..’ but sometimes it’s hard to find the strategy how to make the correct prioritisations within your to-do-list. Let me in short present one way to decide your prioritisations.

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How to get through your to-do list when other things always pop-up

You arrive to work and you have a list of things you simply must do, but once you get to your desk tonnes of emails wants your full attention. All of a sudden the work day is over—you achieved a lot of things—but no tasks on your list. What do you do?

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‘Just go home and sleep!’ – or how to break a creative block

You know the feeling. The deadline is approaching extremely fast. You can’t even relax for a second to get into a state of creative Zen. When you are under time pressure, to come up with even a half decent idea often feels like being stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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How a project brief lays the foundation for a successful project

When a project starts there is often a requirement and wish for final delivery or launch as soon as possible. It can therefore seem like an advantage timewise to skip or just do a ‘quick and dirty’ project brief without using a proper brief template. However, that is usually an illusion that ends up costing you more time in the long term. In this post I lay out the rationale for using a proper project brief and how to use it.

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A buyer’s perspective on purchasing projects from an agency

A while back Zooma’s Karin Myhrén wrote the blogpost ‘7 steps to maximize the outcome when buying a project from an agency’. As a result we got a response from Hans Oskar, Marketing Manager at ABB which we thought was so good that we asked Hans if we could publish his thoughts on the blog. He agreed and this is his response.

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