Todd A at good.simple.open – When you have too many to-dos for an employee, you need to hire another employee:
“In these cases, managers don’t do anything about the underlying causes of too many to-dos. They don’t say “no” to clients. They don’t manage projects well. They don’t set priorities.
[…] If you have that many deadlines to meet, you’ve overpromised. And if you can’t afford more employees, you’re not charging enough for your projects or products.”