It’s one thing to launch a project, but if you actually want to deliver you need to learn about project monitoring. Here’s how it works and why it’s important.
Organizations need to keep growing to thrive. That growth depends on a team of sales representatives that take prospects from leads to closed deals. Often, that process relies on a sales rep identifying potential objections and squashing them. But when your sales team needs backup, how do you make sure that happens?
Should you be putting your energy into having a rigid process for everything? Or should you equip your teams with the flexibility to keep trucking no matter what comes their way? Well actually, a bit of both.
Heart palpitations. The trickle of cold sweat down the back of your neck. The clawing sense that you’re drowning under a wave of unfinished tasks. You realize the one thing that was supposed to keep you organized is now the source of your anxiety: your product backlog has gotten out of control. What do you do now?
Struggling to handle multiple Trello boards in your organization? Find out how ALPCO Recycling used Unito to create a dispatching workflow with a Trello master board.
2020 was a tough year. With a sudden shift to remote work, organizations across many industries had to suddenly learn how to do what they were used to do remotely. As we go into the new year, it’s important we take some of 2020’s crucial lessons with us.
Hope International’s tool of choice for this is Wrike. But as more and more of their projects required IT support, they needed a way to integrate it with Jira Service Desk.
With the explosion of SaaS tools, businesses, departments, and even individual workers are using multiple tools to get work done. This has created a new collaboration problem: tool silos. Find out what they are and what you can do about them.