Social media, email marketing, landing pages, blog writing, PR outreach -- marketers wear a lot of hats and are constantly juggling different projects with various teams. And, they’re always looking for tools and apps to simplify their marketing efforts.
What are the true benefits of Smartsheet? Are they measurable? Is it possible to improve ROI into the double digits? What about cost savings?
Smartsheet’s most requested features are coming this spring.
The way we work is very disjointed. Emails, documents, chats, reports, and PowerPoint presentations don’t facilitate understanding; instead, they split valuable information about the way we work across dozens of tools. It’s a real challenge to get quick insights into what people are doing, and identify strategic trends and patterns at work.
George Washington never chopped down that cherry tree. And, his teeth were never made out of wood. But, one thing is for certain, he was one of the greatest leaders of all time.
Picture your work in more ways. Visualize who is doing what from every perspective, at the task, project, team and enterprise levels, and get the right message to the right person.
The Gantt chart: It's a time-tested tool for visually representing the steps, assignments, and duration in any project. So when project owners or managers kick off a new project, they'll look to create a Gantt chart first. It’s a useful way to keep track of all the moving pieces.
If your washing machine breaks or your garbage disposal gets clogged, you call someone like Emily Bulgrin, a property manager for Colliers International, a full-service commercial real estate company.
Do you pride yourself on multitasking? Can you watch TV, read a magazine, text your friend, and respond to a work email all at the same time? Well, you need to stop. We don’t mean to sound harsh, but all that multitasking is hurting your brain, reducing your IQ, and drastically decreasing your productivity.
James is a coding machine. He has been a programmer for six years and knows dozens of different programming languages. He codes incredibly fast, with very few bugs. And, to top it all off, James enjoys teaching his colleagues new languages and naturally assumes leadership roles during projects.