What we bring to the table
Provide the best project management tools and infrastructure to help individuals be more productive and successful in their chosen career. Since we launched in 2015, we have made it our priority to provide our readers with:
- Project management articles and knowledge
- Project management templates
- Reviews: productivity tools, books
- Forums: a way to connect, discuss and learn
- Personalized items
This is our way of contributing to a fast growing community.
We have created this platform for you and we have set great objectives.
We offer you our project management solutions built on our experiences and knowledge.
Project management has been receiving a lot of attention over the past decades.
Modern society challenges, increased project complexity, business relationships and technology have been testing the competency and ability to deliver successful projects of project managers.
Today we find out that the importance and relevance of a project manager within organizations is unquestionable.
Reading is thought to contribute to our individual development. It helps us develop our proprietary views on the many different topics we are interested in.
“Deep reading” — as opposed to the superficial reading we do on the Internet — is less and less preferred, and we should take steps to preserve it, as we would a historic building or a work of art.
With all that being said, we aim to provide you with content that isn’t just a quick information fix but it will contribute to developing your own point of view.
Remember those papers you used to write as a student?
You would go through journals and books until you came across a paragraph that looked relevant, and moved it to your clipboard.
This, more or less, constitutes the methodology of the journalistic review—an overview of primary information which have not been identified or analyzed in a systematic way.
Let’s do an exercise: imagine a house built without an architect, or try envisioning a startup without a business model. What is missing? Well the answer is: Planning.
Without ideas and clear written plans, nearly everything we try to do becomes nearly impossible. A set of standard files you can create to provide a visual and cognitive continuity will provide a huge advantage.
By using a template, all the files will have some similar and familiar features, therefore, we can say they are a framework for content.
Training is important for organizational success and development. It presents an opportunity to expand the knowledge base of both the employers and employees of an organization.
Despite the potential drawbacks, training provides great benefits to the organization as a whole and to the individual that can easily make the training cost and time a worthwhile investment.
Training and career development are crucial to any company that wants to grow. We have made available some resources for you to try, covering both training and career development.
What do you think a company needs to succeed?
A lot of you may say communication, some will go with strategy, and others would choose innovation.
There is an endless list of ideas and principles to add, but one very important yet often overlooked action that companies should take is to hold events.
Whether they are conferences, seminars, or team building meetings, all revolve around a common goal: to improve products and services and strengthen the workforce.