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    It’s essential to streamline workflows on projects to be more productive and efficient. CONTENT What are workflows in projects? How to Streamline Project Workflows Streamlining workflows: Defining success factors Streamline workflows: Documenting workflow Streamlining workflows: Choosing a point person Simplifying workflows: Start small Streamline workflows: Choose a time interval In addition, by simplifying, chaotic situations … Continue reading “Streamline project workflows”


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    In this post we refer to Scrum and Sprint, which are terms taken from the Scrum management methodology: see here for an introduction. Following Skype, Twitter and e-mail discussions with Rick Cogley, looking for example at Scrum-ban, we thought about how to improve the current Scrum module, creating a more “visual” interface for creating Sprints.  … Continue reading “Scrum tools: visually creating Sprints – a mockup”

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    The guys developing Teamwork are indeed using Teamwork for managing work. How we do that? Well, even in our small group, people have different functions and habits. We have two areas, production and accounting; inside prodution, there are people with different roles, and consequently see and use different data, to which the interface adapts seamlessly. … Continue reading “How Teamwork is made with Teamwork”

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