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We’re now entering the age of Employee Experience (EX) and if this new priority it isn’t already shaking up your team and your organization, it’s only a matter of time until it does.

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As project managers, we have all been there before; for every item crossed off the to-do list, two more are added. Projects in the queue pile up and our dreams are haunted by impending deadlines. No matter how hard we try, the end is always just out of reach

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Customer support requests are often a fraught, time-wasting experience when the user and the support agent aren’t on the same page. Here are some best practices to to help you get satisfaction and avoid frustration the next time you have a software support request.

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What does it take to achieve project management excellence? Here are the traits you'll need to cultivate to succeed, regardless of your industry

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The more time your creatives spend babysitting and trying to resolve bottlenecks, the less time they have to do actual creative work. It’s a recipe for lost productivity and a burned-out team.

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We understand that the review and approval process is often painful for creative and marketing teams, which is why we use automation to take the frustration out of getting feedback.

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If you’re struggling to split your time and attention between the myriad apps required to do your daily work, you aren’t alone. New research from Harmon.ie reports that the average white-collar employee relies on over nine separate apps as part of their personal workflow.

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One pain point we often hear about when we talk to marketing and creative leaders is the inefficiency of their work request or intake process and the headaches this causes for their team members.

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Being good at delegation can be the difference between leading a productive team of enthusiastic, motivated employees who feel valued and trying to manage a disorganized burned-out group where some members feel overburdened and others feel neglected.

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Language is elastic, always expanding to encompass new ideas and phrases that emerge from the cultural zeitgeist–words like selfie, ghosting, photobomb and binge-watch are all fairly fresh additions to our collective lexicon. As we add new words, we also change how we use...

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