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Don’t You Just Hate Status Meetings?
January 21, 2015

Don’t You Just Hate Status Meetings?

You’re not alone.  We just wrapped up a Harris Poll survey that says you’re in good company.  As you’ll note in the infographic below, people surveyed spend more time preparing for status meetings than they do attending them, and a whopping 1/3 of people call them “a waste of time.” 

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Three Business Trends to Watch Out for in 2015
January 21, 2015

Three Business Trends to Watch Out for in 2015

The start of a new year always brings two things: An abundance of bold resolutions (read our suggestions for organizations, project managers and project team members), and plenty of predictions. In light of the latter, here are three business trends that we think will shape – and shake – the year ahead.

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4 Project Management Worst Practices
January 9, 2015

4 Project Management Worst Practices

We all know that project management is a serious business. However, even serious researchers agree that an “all work and no play” approach isn’t just a recipe for unhappiness and illness, but it also reduces productivity and performance.

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Winter Release Part I – Clarizen Profiles
December 8, 2014

Winter Release Part I – Clarizen Profiles

Here at Clarizen we’ve been working like Santa’s elves to get our latest and greatest features out to you, and are proud to introduce the first part of our Winter Release – Clarizen Profiles!  Clarizen Profiles are all about usability, security, and flexibility and allow you to manage and control the way the system is displayed for each user, department, or group in your company.

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Online Project Management Project Planning
December 2, 2014

Online Project Management Project Planning

It is easy to get caught up in the small details and nuances of a project, causing project managers to lose sight of the project plan. Remembering the overall objective is a simple way to stay on track. Instead of getting bogged down with minute details, sit down and reflect on what started this project to begin with and what the ultimate goal is. Realign tasks and team members to keep moving forward.

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