Here are some free and paid resources that you might find useful to help you keep your projects and teams moving forward, wherever you find yourself based over the coming weeks.
The future of work means we need to be both better at working with software, and better at working with our colleagues. Learn some tips on how to do so.
I recommend these free project management templates and other resources when you are on a tight budget.
I reviewed three different tools to find the best meeting minute transcription software that you can use in your in person meetings.
Learn more about this resource management tool in my Teamdeck software review and find out how it can help your projects. It is simple and easy to use!
Learn 2 simple ways to create quizzes in the workplace: voting buttons and quiz software. This kind of interaction can help build engagement on your project and it’s really simple! Plus, I bet none of the other project managers in your firm are doing it!
Here’s my review of ConceptDraw. The suite of software in ConceptDraw Office 4 includes Pro 11, Mindmap 9, and Project 8. This should help you decide if it’s the right product for you.
So where can you start when you want to work smarter? Here are 5 ways that you can flex how you work to be more productive and fit your lifestyle more effectively.
Running a productive meeting is a very important project management skill. I reviewed Gord Sheppard’s course on rating your meeting productivity and here are my thought’s about it.
In a time crunched world a good productivity app can mean the difference between success and failure. Here are seven of my favorites.
Every project manager has resources and tools that they use to simplify their projects. Here are 20 resources that I use to make it easier to manage my projects.
“A perfect project plan for regular, light-touch steering should contain no more than five milestones,” writes Graham Allcott in his book, How To Be A Productivity Ninja. “Too often, milestones become micro-management or seem to provide complication and confusion rather than clarity. So in each of your projects, you should look for between one and…