Questions for workload schedule (Is there a relationship between: (Topics…
Questions for workload schedule
What do TET need to know?
What do TET need to see on my slides?
What do TET want to see on my slides?
What parts are important?
Why are those parts important?
Why are they important to TET?
Why do TET need this information presented to them?
How will it help?
What will they gain?
Are monthly jobs being tracked?
do they need to be tracked?
Do some topics get more attention than other topics?
Why do they?
Should some topics get more attention than others?
Why should they?
Why do some topics get more attention than others?
What will TET gain?
Will it improve the way they work?
Is there a relationship between:
Topics and urgency?
Topics and status?
Topics and owners?
Topics and time taken?
Do the urgent jobs need to be focused on first?
Whats their importance?
Do some members of TET get a larger workload?
Can they cope?
Would TET benefit by sharing out the workload?
Would TET want too change the way work is distributed?
What can TET do with the information?
Does this account for the work the team already have?
How many jobs are there?
Who has what jobs?
Do some people have a lot more than others?
How many of the total jobs are urgent?
How many of the total jobs are medium urgency?
How many of the jobs are low urgency?
What is the best way to present data visually?
How many urgent job haven't been started?
Do urgent jobs need to be pritortised or not?
Maybe this depends on the time it would take to complete?
How can the jobs be completed?
Is there an order for the TET team to follow when completing these jobs?
should there be some sort of order?
How do these jobs fit into TET's other work?
Do these jobs fit around TET's other work?
Are these jobs more important than TET's otherwork?
Are some people carrying more work than they can handle?
Can this be resolved easily?
Would jobs get done quicker if they were distrubted differently?
If the answer is yes to these questions, how do we approach that?
How can we tell this story through a PowerPoint?
Could we make a timeline of the jobs and when they could be complete?
Create an order of importance
Whilst taking the timeframe into consideration?
Could we look at the topics?
Is there a pattern?
Can we identify this pattern?
Can we show this pattern?
What is the best way to connect the story to the visual representation that I want?