Who we are
TASKey is a Canberra-based privately managed consultancy that focuses on methods and tools to
implement and adopt change. The challenge that has driven TASKey has been how to help
individuals and teams to work together globally to achieve business goals.
TASKey’s leadership and change management methods and tools have been validated in the workplace
through feedback from clients, ranging from individuals to small businesses to large government
departments. TASKey software has been used to make solutions easy to apply consistently with
minimal training, because complex dynamic coordination is managed in the background.
Founded in 1991 by Dr Neil Miller, the company has developed revolutionary, agile software that
makes it easy for people to work together globally to get things done.
What we do
TASKey appreciated that the management of strategies, projects and other business processes
had a myriad of solutions and tools. However at the working “To Do” level, coordination is
largely achieved by ad hoc personal communications and meetings. There was an urgent need
for a consistent solution and tool(s) to significantly improve working level “To Do” coordination.
TASKey WorkNav software provides an amazingly simple solution to working level “To Do”
coordination. It can be easily accessed from browsers or Apps anywhere at any time.
Many users simply enter the To Dos they know need to be done, and WorkNav brings it all
together into understandable and actionable plans and personal To Do lists. Feedback is
provided as work progresses or changes are made that affect you.
WorkNav (from version 7) applies social media type methods to make powerful working level
coordination available to everyone anywhere at any time for free (so everyone can
participate). WorkNav makes coordinating work easy and increases productivity.
It will save you time, and reduce a lot of effort and stress.
TASKey software is being used by a range of businesses around the world.
About Dr Neil Miller
Dr Miller is Managing Director of TASKey Pty Ltd and holds responsibility for the organization's research and
development and overall sales and support. He has extensive leadership experience leading a diverse range of teams
up to a national organization with 16,000 members. He has run hundreds of projects and operations, including
business continuity planning across the Australian Defence Department for Y2K.
Since establishing TASKey in 1991, Neil's main focus has been developing and validating leadership and management
methods and software tools that allow individuals and teams (within and outside organisations) to work together
effectively in changing environments. His one page 10 minute action (work) plan template is being used in over 150 countries.
Along with consulting in the Private and Public sectors, he has presented a range of undergraduate, postgraduate
and public courses/workshops for the Australian Defence Force Academy, University of Canberra, Australian National
University, Australian Graduate School of Management, Australian School of Business; and Australian Institute of Management.
Company website: www.taskey.com