Many people find subtasks a great way to organize large and complex projects. By breaking down a massive project into more manageable parts, project managers feel empowered and confident in successful project completion.
A successful project outcome begins with solid project management practices.
It’s no secret that today’s projects are more complex than ever, especially with the growth and demand of technology. Project stakeholders are looking for a quality product and quicker results more than ever before.
This really puts the pressure on project managers.
It’s a given that Rindle populates critical details at your fingerprints, such as files, comments and status changes. But now with Calendar View, you can expand and collapse these details in a calendar format to see the big picture. The Calendar View is not just a visual accessory, but a living interactive module.
Track those gainz! Welcome to Rindle reporting. Whether you are highlighting superstar progress for the executive team, or isolating problem areas that could leave room for improvement, navigate over to our reporting section to gauge where you are at.
No one truly operates in a silo. Everyone and everything is dependent on some other person or thing. Project management is no exception. Here is the complete guide to project dependencies.
Believe it or not, organizations waste approximately $97 million for every $1 billion invested due to poor project performance according to the Project Management Institute. Where does it start? The scope of work!
We’re thrilled to introduce the Rindle App for Slack, mainly because we have been waiting to take advantage of a Slack integration internally. We’re huge fans! Now you can collaborate with your team and gain perspective on any project using Rindle while still in Slack.
We’re excited to announce board backgrounds today, which means you’re now able to customize boards with with unique backgrounds in Rindle. The best part? These are not only visually appealing and personal, but also functional!
How can you design a better workflow? We’ve got a few tips to consider…
“Deep work” has been much discussed recently as a method of productivity. What is it and how can you apply it?