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The only constant is change. That’s the mantra of many organizations. What is less clear is how they intend to help change happen positively and acceptably. Because people – usually the part of the equation that is most affected – typically detest change. We’re made that way, even when there are obvious positive consequences if we can just take a deep breath and get on with it. So enterprises that need to change and that want to avoid a workforce revolt turn their attention to change management. If change is correctly managed, everything will work out fine, right? But that’s assuming everyone agrees on which tools or applications can effectively help. Project management apps like Clarizen, Wrike, JIRA and Zoho Projects have been designed with change management in mind, and collaboration tools can also be useful. (more…)


As a consumer, you are surely familiar with file sharing applications like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive by now. And, like many business people, you may have tried those tools for your business, only to find that for sharing sensitive internal documents, none of them is ideal. So what we're talking about here might be something new to you: enterprise-level file sharing software. (more…)


Top Ten Business Bloggers on Twitter

By Diana Berryman, 25 August 2014

Every business needs a content marketing strategy. It is a great time for bloggers, in particular B2B business bloggers as they are in great demand right now! What if you can’t afford to employ a professional to create your amazing content? You need to check out what is happening in the blogging world. Most professional business bloggers share their content on Twitter, amongst other networks. Emulate what the successful people are doing, they know their stuff. Here are ten fabulous business bloggers and where you can find them on Twitter… (more…)


Ever since the first project manager experimented with a spreadsheet, people have been padding task estimates with "safety margins." In the world of critical paths and PERT charts, it’s understandable. The order of the tasks is what counts and rigid scheduling is what keeps things in order. Or at least, that’s the theory. However, from this point of view, time can’t be saved if one task finishes early. That extra time is unavailable for use elsewhere. (more…)


Top Application Performance Management Solutions

By Giancarlo Cammarota, 20 August 2014

Do you develop web applications, SaaS products or mobile apps that are used by many businesses to run their daily operations? Then you need an application performance management solution to be made constantly aware of their performance, availability and the service level they offer to your clients. You need to be alerted of any issue that can impact their user experience and business results, before it’s too late. (more…)



At the heart of every successful project is a well-thought-out plan. Traditional project management platforms have fostered collaboration among teams of business professionals, but the usefulness of these tools is often limited by the lack of mobility. Android project management & planning mobile apps solve this challenge, making it possible for professionals to monitor the progress of group projects even when they’re working outside the office. (more…)


Is there any social network quite as agile as Twitter? Whatever the case, it seems like a fitting place to track down world-class agile influencers from the original 2001 Agile Manifesto to the activists of today. We’ve identified twenty of them, ranked according to the number of Twitter followers they each had at time of writing. Check them out on Twitter to see their current scores! (more…)


What Don Draper would Hate about Marketing Automation

By Diana Berryman, 19 August 2014

Don Draper would HATE how we market our businesses today with a passion! In the old school of marketing, there would be no need for marketing automation, you would plan your campaign, create your ads, send them out into the world and then sit back, sip some whisky, grope your secretary, and reap the benefits (or not.) Don thought computers were distractions and would clearly have hated marketing automation software. (more…)


What’s the biggest challenge for any leader trying to roll out new business software? It’s forming new habits, because, as you know, old habits die hard. Nothing is more true than the habits of sales people blocking the proper adoption of a customer relationship management software or CRM. When we started Pipedrive we knew that building a cutting edge sales software wasn’t going to be enough -- we needed to focus on making the app as easy to implement as possible. Still, a lot of what has to do with the ease of starting to use a new software has nothing to do with the software itself. Today we visit offer you tricks from our own experience to help you roll out a software to your small business. (more…)


Getting the 4 Ages of Project Teams to Collaborate

By Hadley Jones, 14 August 2014

It has never happened before. It has taken centuries (in fact, millennia) for today’s extraordinary situation to occur in the workplace. There are now no fewer than four identifiably different generations employed in enterprises and organizations around the world. That means that project teams may also now be composed of any mixture of representatives from these age ranges. What does that immediately spark as a thought – generation gaps? Project management application vendors like Clarizen, AtTask and Microsoft Project have studied the situation to find out more about the different work profiles of the ‘4 Ages.’ (more…)


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