… and repeat after me. “I pledge allegiance to my time sheet, and to the satisfied Traffic Manager in which it stands, one web-based agency system, under deadline, with workflow management and…
Because you’re so... … in tune with what this agency needs.… knowledgeable of agency processes.… attentive to detail.… good at prioritizing things.… personable.… persistent (in a good way).… willing to…
You need all employees to be compliant with workflow system use. But, as we know, it’s not always easy to make people do things they don’t want to do.
On-boarding new employees is a natural part of running any business, especially given the increasing rate of turnover in this day and age. Introducing them to the very workflow software they're going to use for just about everything is extremely important.
In a digital world in which the majority of communication occurs over the Internet, via emails, websites, instant messengers, articles, and more, perfectly edited and succinct text is the only acceptable option.
If you’ve arrived at the conclusion that you need some form of software to streamline and organize your workflow processes, then it’s time to consider your options.
At some point in the trajectory of an agency, there comes a time when you ask yourself, “do we need a system?” Given the rapid expansion of technology at our fingertips today, it’s simply unnecessary to shoulder the burdens of manual workflow management, printing everything out and communicating every direction via word-of-mouth.
If you’re determined to continually grow as a Traffic Manager, there are always new practices and tools that can make your job better.
CurrentTrack traffic management software will make things like communication and connection easier and more seamless than ever before!
Steve Martin summed it up quite well, in my opinion — “Be so good they can’t ignore you.” I think this applies to the role of the Traffic Manager. Think about it…