Projects have strict deadlines, all of them. You have yet to see a project that has a flexible deadline.
But what you can see in a number of cases is the degree of procrastination on project schedules. Dilly-dally, shilly-shally, hem and haw –you can see all kinds.
Perhaps the awareness of the time left can get colleagues or team members to activity.
If it does, then having a countdown clocks on each workspace should remind everybody that time is ticking while they are lazing away.
Of course it could have its repercussions but still, a nagging countdown display should remind them that a project needs to be done if anything else wouldn’t.
There are several countdown clocks available for download over the internet; it’s a matter of choosing which one is having the best effect.
Various types of countdown clocks:
Time Left count down clocks
Time Left offers several choices for countdown clocks. Countdown clock, stopwatch, timer, reminder clock are some choices for countdown clocks. Aside from countdown clocks Time Left also offers standard clock with alarm, tray clock, sticker, auction watch and even a time synchronization utility.
T-Minus Countdown Clocks
Offering several countdown clocks choices for any occasion, the T-Minus Countdown Clocks differs from others as its design allows it to be used as a screensaver or a mini display on a web page. The site offer specific countdown clocks for specific occasions. As such a Halloween oriented countdown clocks gets graphic representation of Halloween.
Like Time Left, T-Minus also offers timer programs. On the menu is a standard stopwatch, an instant countdown clocks with 46 turn key, and a conventional timer with alarm.
It’s pretty surprising how the audacity of creativity, or lack thereof, or just the brazen wile can take. But in any which case, countdown clocks for George Bush’s and John Kerry’s Election is available as free download.
Now, if any would choose, he can have this seemingly nefarious looking countdown clocks on his desktop ticking its way to November 2. Now anyone would be ready for the elections! A reminder though, you got to have a choice between the two candidates by the time the timer runs out or it defeats the little thingy’s purpose.
If you think that election timer is the pinnacle of countdown veracity, you are wrong. Behold is the timer that ticks away on the “Days Left in Office” for George Bush. Meaning the timer would run out sometime on 2009, an immaculately long wait for those who are adding this timer onto their desktop. A number of things could happen; one is this website, if existing, losing its bandwidth to a number of more competitive websites.