As human beings we are hardwired to want to reach the finish line. We crave completion. Crossing items off a to-do list and saying we finished and can move onto the next thing. To stay committed to the work that matters most, we need to find ways to measure, track, and feel good about the progress we make every day.
Tracking progress is a powerful tool. And not just for keeping us motivated and productive. When you track your progress, you naturally become more purposeful about the work you do. Which can create the kind of meaning that so many of us search for in our daily work. You also have more insight into the value you are creating and can show your boss or team lead the results of your daily tasks.
One of the hardest parts about tracking progress is actually actively tracking it. Most methods require you to be conscious of what you are working on, when, and for how long. Yet, it is all too easy for you to forget to keep track and lose the benefits of tracking your progress anyways.
Key to project tracking is the use of project tracking tools and project management techniques. For example, status reports allow managers to track project progress by providing an overview of tasks, risks and milestones at any point of the project life cycle.
This template will be primarily useful for software product development teams. Team leaders, along with their team, can use this template in their weekly sprints. For example, you can analyze the work for each user story and, if necessary, reallocate team resources to priority tasks.
Also, this template can be used by construction companies when monitoring the implementation of construction work in accordance with the approved schedule. You can carry out weekly or monthly control over the performance of work by contractors. The slides in this template have all the tools you need to prepare a professional presentation and provide visually clear and easy-to-follow information. You will be able to timely make changes to the work of contractors and complete the project on time.
University and school teachers can use this template when preparing information about student and student achievement or monitoring the educational process. Also, this template can be used by business trainers when preparing a project management course or time management. Plant managers can use this template to control the production schedule of various production batches in a long-term production plan.
The progress tracker PowerPoint template contains 4 decks of informative and stunning graphics. The table chart in slide one can be used to present tracked processes and tasks, their priority, status and their progress rates. The user can present a status report of the tracking with the second slide. Subsequent slides can be used to give a detailed presentation of the progress trackers as they contained infographics with progress rating and total number of completions.
The progress tracker template is 100% editable and customizable to meet the user requirements and preferences. The text placeholders, icons, and colors can be modified.
Widely used in project management, marketing, strategic planning and business analysis. Ideal for project manager, strategic planners, business analysts, team leads, etc… The stunning infographics in this progress tracker PowerPoint template will engage your audiences and make your presentation engaging and informative.