Author : Zoe Koch.
Published : Mon, Jan 21 2019 :8 AM.
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People will always tend to forget things like tasks and appointments if they don’t have a certain guideline to follow. And in reality as people, there will always be a limitation to our capability of remembering things. Too much of anything is dangerous, and too much knowledge on something is just as harmful both to us and to people with whom we interact.
When it comes to creating a checklist, first visualize the program or project you have before you. This way, you will have an idea of what tasks are to be completed to finish the project. As you start framing the list, try to maintain a proper sequence. It means you should start with the first task to be done and then list down the other tasks in a sequential manner till the concluding task.
Task checklist: A task checklist is used when you do not have much of a judgment, but need to remember a number of things. You should use these lists to write the details of the things to be remembered. These are highly detailed and may contain categories of things. There may be individual groups of objects or lists of different objects under a certain group. For example, you might list up the ingredients required to prepare a certain recipe or the things to carry when you are leaving for work.
Coordination lists: These lists are used when a certain work involves a considerable degree of complexity and cannot be accomplished by a single person. In research and project works, different specialists are involved in performing a certain task. In order to ensure that there is a coordination between them, these checklists are used. These are customized to facilitate their consultation on regular basis.