Struggle with showing the bird’s eye of your project? Try Gantt charts in Rindle!
A Gantt chart is an excellent visual tool that helps managers and team leaders plan projects of any size. Here’s how to use them in your project planning!
If you spend a lot of time updating your stakeholders and peers, and yet somehow, no one seems to really understand what progress looks like, you may need to give your team the gift of project visibility.
In this article, we’ll study how high-performing teams get work done, and offer some tips on how their ways can work for you.
The future of project management is not robots, but the future will definitely have automation. Rindle talks about eight benefits of building automation that make the most of today’s decentralized workplaces.
Many team leaders believe that because today’s projects are complex, they need a complex process to manage it, but that just isn’t the case. Rindle can help you create visual workflows that can easily be utilized by any organization or project.
In this episode of Workflow, Brian and Tom talk about 5 tips for the accidental PM.
In this episode of Workflow, Brian and Tom talk about sub tasks, fireside chat style.
In this episode of Workflow, Brian and Tom talk about if Gantt charts are dead or not.
In this episode of Workflow, Brian and Tom talk about 5 myths about more productive teams.