Our mission in Weekdone is to help you and your team stay focused on your goals so you can bring success to your company. That’s why we recently launched a lot of new features that help you manage your OKRs... Continue reading
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Posted by Weekdone team. We write about hassle-free weekly employee status reporting and other tricks to improve your team leadership.
Eisenhower Principles of Productivity All great challenges we face in weekly planning are often connected with prioritizing: Which task should be done first? How much time should be allocated to one task? How does my activity help us one step... Continue reading
Ever wanted to customize your weekly status report? Until today Weekdone weekly status reports have used one fixed weekly status report format: PPP or progress, plans and problems. While great for most, some of you have asked for a way to... Continue reading
Many historians feel that Dwight D. Eisenhower was the last great US President. An extraordinary military leader and strategist, he served two low-profile terms during which he established the lasting US policy on the mid-east, fathered the US inter-state highway system, expanded... Continue reading
Happy new year, dear Weekdone users! On behalf of our team we wish you a productive 2013. Select your plans and goals wisely. Focus on what's important and have some big hairy goals to achieve each day and week. Be nice... Continue reading
A new version of Weekdone team reporting service has gone live. In this release we focused on many usability improvements. You can read a separate post on one new key feature – managerial reviews – here. Here's an overview of what has... Continue reading
In the new version of Weekdone we focused on a new feature of managerial reviews and weekly feedback to each employee. Here's how it works. Managerial reviews For many people the problem with any reports is not getting any feedback from... Continue reading
Do you wanna see what Weekdone looks like before signing up? Have a look at our new shiny 10-step walkthrough. If you like what you see, you can sign up for your free 30-day trial here.