This may look a bit weird, but I stuck with the problem of sharing the project plans with team. The main purpose I try to achieve (though not sure if it's right) is that everyone should know what to do next (and do not ask about this every time he ends with current item) and to see the full picture of upcoming tasks.
Here's a list of approaches with their cons I see:
- Board. Problem - when priority (and even entire list) of tasks is changed it's difficult to re-write it.
- Project management software. (we use Goplan currently). Problem - not all tasks/small projects are managing here, sometimes it's not possible/easy for a member to recognize the right priority.
- Google docs spreadsheet. Problem - not sure how to be with e-mail notifications so the team know when something is changed.
Also I'd like to reduce the number of software/instruments I use in project management (currently, it's web-based project management software to collaborate with customers, assigning tasks/tickets + my mind maps + one of the above things) to concentrate more on other aspects and not just do the copy-paste from program A to program B.
If this helps, the team size is 3-4 people now, the projects are websites/web-systems.
UPD: The point is I'm not sure what's the most efficient approach:
say, every morning, tell everybody the list of tasks/bugs to be done this day
give a schedule of tasks for a week/month
task by task. When the work on task A is completed, tell about the task B.
UPD2: I guess I haven't clearly clarified this, but the problem is that requirements changes every day (and even during the day) and new important tasks/issues may arrive at anytime.
Hope this clarifies the initial question a bit.