FWS Weekly Business Roundup n.3

FWS Weekly Business Roundup n.3

Be Sociable, Share! Tweet It’s the beginning of June and it’s finally warming up here in the great Northeast.  There’s less than a month of school left for the kids.  Summer vacation plans are all the buzz at the virtual watercooler, and everyone is prepping for the great Summer business slowdown as offices become ghost towns and beach resorts is where things are happening. What better time is there to start looking at some of the tools you use, and to leverage some great ideas and inspiration from others to improve your small business.  Welcome to the Fair Winds Strategies Weekly Business Roundup, third edition. Managing Projects and Lists in a small business → I’ve been using Trello for a long, long time.  First of all, it’s free, and it’s a great small business tool.  You create a “board”, and then create multiple “lists” on the board.  You then populate the lists with “cards”.  Each card can contain checklists, group comments, attachments, due dates, people, voting and more.  As cards are updated, members of the board are updated.   Let’s look at a quick example of how I use it.  When we work with clients, we have a 200+ question checklist we go through to assess our client’s business.  How do we add questions to that list, but do it in a team way?  In Trello, we have three lists – general discussion, proposed questions and approved questions.  Everyone adds the questions they like to the proposed questions list and the rest of the group comments and votes on the questions.  The questions with the highest votes then move into the...
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