It’s lunchtime! Here it is just a half-hour log out. Every day a colleague makes a salad and catches up on all the developments at work and in the world. You finish your lunch with a walk around the block.
The sales manager calls you asking you to help think about a potential client’s request. They would like a training special on a specific topic, for which our current platform needs to be converted. How this should be done is still the question. You decide to schedule a brainstorming session with the programmer and the sales manager to come up with a suitable solution.
After calling your colleague, you start preparing for a presentation later in the week. The client in question has invited the entire team for an update on the program when it comes to participation and next steps…. You want to come up with a format for this consultation that resonates with the client and where you can clearly inform all attendees about the prerequisites for success, but also get input back on open issues.
After you come up with an outline, you have one final meeting. You are in a project group for new software development and in this meeting you will think about new functionalities of the software. End of the day! You close your laptop and clean up your desk