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Are You an Effective Team?
May 18, 2015

Are You an Effective Team?

Throughout the movie Oblivion, a boss routinely asks her subordinates: “are you an effective team?” The pre-approved response she expects is “we are an effective team.” As long as that’s what she hears, everything is assumed to be OK.

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How Simplicity Can Lead to Success
May 1, 2015

How Simplicity Can Lead to Success

Working in an enterprise can be stressful. There are many tasks to complete, and deadlines are looming. The information systems that were supposed to help us became so complicated, that nobody knows how to use them properly.

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Mobile Enhancements – April 2015
April 28, 2015

Mobile Enhancements – April 2015

Our mission is to support you in your work process from anywhere, at any time, regardless of the device you are using. As I’m sure you know, in January as a part of our Winter 2014 Release, we launched our entirely reimagined iPhone app.

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How to Improve Your Effort Estimation Skills
April 16, 2015

How to Improve Your Effort Estimation Skills

Planning a project is not an easy task; it is a project by itself. In most cases, there are no short cuts, but there are best practices and online project management software solutions that can help you plan a successful project.

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Why Anti-Emailism Has Become Misplaced
April 13, 2015

Why Anti-Emailism Has Become Misplaced

When email first arrived on the mainstream corporate scene, it wasn’t greeted with much fanfare. That doesn’t mean it was outright rejected, scorned or feared. Rather, it’s to say that in the beginning, email wasn’t widely perceived as a legitimate way to conduct business communication.

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Picking Up the Pieces: Joining a Project that is Underway
April 1, 2015

Picking Up the Pieces: Joining a Project that is Underway

As a project manager you might be asked to jump onto a project that is already under way. Whether the former lead is out on unexpected leave and you need to fill in, or it has been decided that you will be a better fit for the particular project, coming into a project mid-stream can be difficult.

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