The service idea is heavily inspired by several of Teamwork bootcamps, experiencing the difficulties and opportunities innovative managers find in introducing change.
Here is a very short video on predicting the future vs. improving the current situation – which assumes that you know what is happening, who is doing what.
The quoted Freakonomics podcast “The Folly of Prediction” is here.
Teamwork, with its focus on recording work in very different ways and from different sources is a good tool to know what is happening and lead change.
Almost a transcript of the video.
Traditional PM tools are based on the attempt to predict the future in detail. This is really hard.
Listen to this great podcast by the Freakonomics economists that studied predictions, “What do Wall Street forecasters and Romanian witches have in common? They usually get away, scot-free, with making bad predictions.”
The increased flexibility of work, people, changing conditions, even more in times of crisis. Being capable of reform, changing ideas in companies can be a great strength.
Base your reform on what is happening every day instead of what could, maybe, maybe not, happen.
Trying a more modest approach of understanding what is happening today, every day, can facilitate reforms.
Teamwork is built around the idea of collecting information, even partial information, of what is happening day by day. The app has great flexibility in handling projects, work logging in the most diverse forms
If you want your ideas of change reform and efficiency – hence also increasing quality of work – knowing what is happening can be a great help.
Used in thousands of medium and large companies to know what is happening – give Teamwork a try.