Author : Evie Follett.
Published : Tue, Jan 15 2019 :3 PM.
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Checklists and to-do lists are often generalized. However, certain factors differentiate them and they have some unique features. The basic difference between the two lists lies in the fact that a checklist codifies the standard processes.
Electronic checklists are also in vogue these days, where you can use a tick or select option to mark the items that you have already taken a note of. These are available in the printed version as well. To do lists also serve similar functions.
You will find lists of new employees, materials to be packed and products scheduled to arrive in these lists. To do lists describe standard business processes. These lists help to list up the activities to be done during a certain time, for instance, items to be packed before an outing.
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.