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The six best kept secrets of how your competitors let creatives track their time

Your team has grown to 10 employees and you have less and less control over the hours. What do they spend their time on? Are the estimated hours in line with the tracked hours? Do you have to hire co-workers or freelancers in the coming period? Do you still have enough work in June?

The six best kept secrets of how your competitors let creatives track their time

1. Help nobody is tracking time!

So, you finally decided to implement time tracking. You convinced the leadership team that time tracking is essential to running projects successfully. You got a budget from the managing director. You researched and tested different tools before finding the right fit for your organization. You did all this work, and the day it all pays off arrives. You finally introduce this brand-new time tracking solution to your team. And, the response?

No one’s tracking time 😢

What’s worse, you’re now wasting time you don’t have seducing people to submit their timesheets. You know time tracking is essential to your business, but now you’re ready to give it up entirely just to get rid of this massive headache.

It’s a story we hear all the time at Rodeo. But never fear! We have created a bright path you can take to guarantee that time tracking is successfully rolled out to your organization. 

Follow our tips and your team will be tracking time like a well-oiled machine. Or fire them 😄

2. The value of time tracking

Communicate the value of time tracking so the team understands the Why. Most people get frustrated when they feel like they’re being made to do something for no reason. If they’re going to spend time on something, they want to know why. 

This means, the first and most important step in getting your team on board is: Be upfront about the reasons they need to track time and what you’re going to do with the data. 

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