Do you want save up to 1 hour a day and still get the stuff done you are supposed to do so you can go home on time?
Are you constantly worried that you forgot to do something or even drop tasks?
Do you feel stressed by e-mails and that your mailbox have taken control of your life?
A modern Time Management system should fit to you, the owner of the system, and your preferences!
A modern Time Management system should be able to accommodate different needs and taste!
A modern Time Management system should be possible to change to adapt to different job-types, job-changes, work needs, and demands!
A modern Time Management system should be a Work Management System!
A modern Time Management system should allow you to use it as a Decision Support System - making good decisions easier and faster!
This course teaches you a methodology that delivers on all of the above requirements of a modern Time Management System - this course is professional Time Management made easy!
I reveal never seen before ideas of how to use, customize, and automate Outlook in ways no one else have thought about!
It is intended for Knowledge Workers and Managers in a company or a corporate setting, it is not for handling the family e-mail account!
This course cuts to the bone by only focusing on the vital concepts, which have the most impact on your productivity. Only the techniques you need!
First, you will learn the 6 Basic Principles that are critical for making you effective. Second, you will learn about the 7 Decisions needed to customize your system to make it natural and easy to use. Finally, you will learn about the 10 places for Automation as these will make you much more efficient.
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This introduction video explains what this course is about, the sources used as inspiration for developing the foundation of the course, and why this course is different from similar courses about time management.
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If you answer "wrong" to most or more than half of the following questions, then you will most likely benefit greatly from this course.
In this section I will present the 6 principles that are most important in making you effective. These principles work together to create both an accumulative and a synergistic effect, which will drastically improve your effectiveness.
Implementing and using these principles on a day to day basis will reduce stress, give you a much higher feeling of being in control, and save you time which you can re-invest or reclaim to avoid working long hours.
A conservative estimate, based on us having taught this material to 3000+ employees inside the company I work for, will be 1-2 hours saved per week, but some people may even save up to 1-2 hours per workday!
In these videos, I will show how the 6 Basic Principles can be implemented in Outlook 2010/2013
In this section, I will present the 7 decisions you must make about customization of Outlook as your work management system. These decisions will determine what automation is possible and valuable to implement.
Some of these decisions are not easy to make and may very likely change over time if you change job positions or roles and responsibilities.
In these videos, I will show you more details related to the 7 Decisions about how to Customize in Outlook 2010/2013
In this section, I will present the 4 key types of automation and the 10 places where automation may be relevant to implement in order to support the data- and workflow in your Work Management System.
These places for automation are determined by your decisions in customizing and your personal preferences, so all may not be relevant to implement for you.
In these videos, I will show you more details about the 4 types and 10 places for automation in Outlook 2010/2013
It is now time to wrap-up this course as the core content of the material has been presented. I encourage you to review the free resources, I have provided links for, so you can be inspired to take it to the next level after this course.
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If you answer "wrong" to most or more than half of the following questions, then you will most likely need to revisit some of the sections from this course.
I will add small things over time like new manuals, video clips, and links to interesting resources. For now there will be no instructional videos.
This section is a condensed version of the full course for those who just want to learn "enough" about the concepts and then are ready to move on and implement the methods. This is a selection of my best practices for customizing Outlook and using Outlook's technical possibilities to help with workflow and automation.
Setup and use of a simple filing or archiving structure
Setup and use of a Read & Review folder
How to use sorting and grouping of mails
Setup and use of the Ribbon menu to support the RAT workflow
Setup and use of Rules
Selective setup and use of Alerts
Setup and use of Conditional formatting on Inbox and Calendar
Setup and use of Quick Steps to semi-automate the RAT workflow
Setup and use of Search Folders
I was born and raised in Denmark. My educational background is a Bachelor degree in Economics, a Graduate Diploma in Marketing, and a Masters degree in IT Organization.
Besides formal education, I have taken many IT certifications, e.g. MCSE 2000/2003, ITIL 2.0 Foundation and Problem Management Practitioner, Mile2's CPTS, SANS's GSEC Gold, and FranklinCovey's Focus Facilitator.
For the last 17+ years, I have worked within the internal IT unit of an international company in several different job positions over the years, from Help Desk analyst, IT Technician, IT Infrastructure Project Manager, IT Training Course developer/trainer, and Problem Management Task Force Team Leader, several positions as IT Manager within IT Infrastructure Operations, and Senior IT Manager in IT Security. I currently work with Change Leadership.