For many business owners, there’s hardly enough hours in a standard day to dot all the Is and cross all the Ts on that specific day’s work itinerary. As a result, it can be hard for many of these individuals to find the time that they need to revise their long-term plans, even if long-term is only preparing for problems that may arise a few months away.
In a recent article for Inc.com, columnist Eileen Gunn, the founder of FamiliesGo! and a freelance writer, spoke about the problems and techniques she encounters when structuring her workday. For example, when writing, Gunn estimates how long the piece will take, the reporting that will be necessary and jots down sources and studies that should be contacted and assessed.
Similarly, when tackling a problem such as the efficiency of their data network, business owners may want to take an approach that incorporates a rough draft plan. Owners may want identify periods in their day when they may be able to put some thought into these larger concerns. Before attending a meeting or a conference, for instance, business owners can use this time to assess whether their current business phones are providing the best service.
After all, by adopting technology that could increase the amount of brainstorming time employees have, owners may be able to increase the efficiency with which their business functions. And when it comes to a more efficient data network, VoIP telephony service providers may be the best sources for these individuals to consult. Recent studies suggest that with their cloud computing functions – which allow employees to easily share documents and access this data anywhere – VoIP not only costs less, but also reduces the number of lost work hours a business experiences due to disorganization.
Article on: Business owners’ short-term plans should include VoIP telephony services
by CTI Technology
By adopting technology that could increase the amount of brainstorming time employees have, owners may be able to increase the efficiency with which their business functions