Successfully completing a project is a complex process involving properly managing and tracking all the moving pieces that need to be coordinated seamlessly for a project to not just get done, but to stay on track and on budget.
The different parts of a project may include collaboration between employees and partners, scheduling meetings, tracking tasks sequentially, minding strict budgets and timelines, analyzing reports, and more.
Project management software and collaboration tools have revolutionized the ways in which we do business. Teamwork on a whole different level is now possible—but only when project management solutions are used to their full potential. Here’s how you can do just that.
No matter how great your project planning software is, it can’t replace having a great team. But in today’s business environment, it’s just as important to gauge how your team members work remotely as it is understanding how they perform in the office. In fact, because so many companies have geogra...
Project management software, in an age when we’re expected—nay, required—to collaborate seamlessly with our colleagues using the latest and greatest technology, is a must for any company, no matter how large or small. But that doesn’t mean that all project management software solutions are cr...
In fact, choosing the software that’s right for your company relies heavily on the various types of solutions that fall under the project management definition.
When business scales beyond a point where projects can be organized with a simple mailing list or fifteen minute weekly meeting, it may be a good idea to implement a project management (PM) software solution.
But should you go with one that’s open source, or one that is built on proprietary software?