App Highlights for January
I just started using Zoho Social for my business. It seems pretty easy to use. Looking forward to learning how to optimize my use of Zoho. I am also very new to social marketing.
I use Slack for any of my personal and professional projects so I could hang out with different teams at the same time on a variety of subjects. Divided by channels, we don't get lost in our daily conversation. Notifications on the go is a plus and a switch between different groups saves a lot of time. I'd recommend this tools for all types of project certainly.
I’ve used Powernoodle for risk assessment and risk prioritization. The app’s use of smart anonymity and proven neuroscience findings makes it very effective at reducing common cognitive biases (e.g., groupthink, anchoring bias, confirmation bias, halo effect, an illusion of control, etc.) that plague most risk assessments. It also enables me to bring more of the right people into the decision-making process which increases the diversity of perspectives represented. As a result, when my clients use Powernoodle, they achieve more fulsome and robust risk assessments compared to using workshops and spreadsheets alone. I find Powernoodle to be particularly useful in helping executive teams to quickly and easily rank their risks and to prioritize which risks merit more management attention and resources. Best of all, because everyone feels their voice has been heard, there is much higher confidence and buy-in to the ultimate decisions.
It's a pretty friendly and useful app. Simply intuitive to use. Works on Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. Has good application design.
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