Monday, August 05, 2013

Free Webinar: Working In Real Time

Got a note from my brother Manuel. He's putting on a couple of webinars today and tomorrow.

If you're in I.T. then you know that time is the most important variable you need to measure. Join Manuel to learn how you can make the most of it.

His memo:

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Are you losing Time and Money because of poor Time Tracking habits?
If so, Today's presentation is for you... 

MSP Coach Manuel Palachuk presents:  
"Working & Tracking Time in Real-time" 
What gets measured gets paid!


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Tackle the single toughest obstacle to super high profits in your service delivery system with this in-depth webinar prepared specifically with IT Services in mind. In this presentation, we will lay out the evolution of time tracking in Levels, from One to Five. Level One: time stamps and notes taken on a paper tablet throughout the day, to Level Five: entering time in real-time directly into your PSA. Along the way, the great myth that a technician who multitasks is more efficient is exposed and dispelled.  

Agenda includes: 
- Why Track Time?
- Working and Tracking Time in Real-time Maturity Level
- Time Increments for the Service Industry
- Profit and Value Potential
- The Multitasking Myth
- The Three Golden Rules of Working and Tracking Time in Real-time
- Time Tracking Log Examples
- General Rules of 5 and 15 Minute Time Entry
- Steps to Success in Working and Tracking Time in Real-time
  
There are two opportunities to catch this must-see webinar.

Event Times:
Monday, August 5, 2013, 7:30 PM EDT / 4:30 PM PDT

Tuesday, August 6, 2013, 10:00 AM EDT / 7:00 AM PDT

I really hope you have the opportunity to participate in this informative and powerful event.

Good luck in all your endeavors,

- Manuel Palachuk

1 comment:

  1. I'm really interested in seeing this webinar as it's an area we struggle a lot with in our company. I wish I had caught this yesterday. Do you plan on having a recording or conducting it again soon?

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