Anyone is faced with solving work problems, but not everyone can competently solve them. Make a clear plan for finding a solution and you will achieve the best result.
- - the task at hand
- - desire to solve it
First, develop a system for ranking tasks according to the level of importance. When you receive a task, make it a rule to immediately determine its importance: paramount, high, ordinary. Start performing the primary tasks immediately, the rest can be postponed, but be sure to set yourself a deadline for their completion. If you keep a calendar of tasks in mail, then it's still easy. You can, for example, set reminders or mark tasks with colored flags.
Any task, from the most difficult to the simplest one, can be divided into subtasks. Then the solution will be easier. At the end of any stage of the task, show the achieved results to the management. Ask for advice if you are heading in the right direction, it may be worth changing the course. If you set the task yourself and you do not need to consult with the management, so much the easier. But do not forget about self-control and timing - these are two essential ingredients that determine the success of solving work problems.
If the task is so difficult that it requires the involvement of employees of other specialties, do not hesitate to tell the management about it. You should not take on a task that you definitely cannot cope with on your own. It is better to correctly explain to your superiors why you think that you may need the help of other employees.