We don't have a problem with lack of time - we have a problem with attention overload and lack of focus. Also a clash between the Makers and Managers schedule.
Clear deadlines and expectations
Processes for briefing, managing and delivering work
Regular ’Face Time
Set boundaries (work/life)
Watch out for overwork
''Makers v Managers schedule"http://www.paulgraham.com/makersschedule.html
Paul Graham is the founder of successful VC/seed accelerator Y Combinator who funded Scribd, Reddit, Airbnb, Dropbox, Disqus, Stripe and over 300 tech companies and non-profits. He sees coders and developers as makers as well as designers/creatives.
The Managers' schedule is one hour chunks of time. Makers work in 90 minutes flow time cycles in half day units. It takes time to warm up/cool down and switch tasks.
"Each type of schedule works fine by itself. Problems arise when they meet. But the smarter ...bosses... restrain themselves, if they know that some of the people working for them need long chunks of time to work in."
(who built the community platform behind KnowledgeBoard) people had to book time ahead with the technical team even to "ask a quick question".
They respected the flow time needed to create or solve problems.