Gantt charts, PERT charts, critical path, agile, lean, waterfall -- with so many techniques, methods, and tools in project management, how do you know which ones are the most important? And, which ones will actually help make your project a success? To stay on track and on budget, critical path is a must-have for any project. While it was originally a time-consuming, hand-drawn set of diagrams, today it does all the work for you. With just a click of a button, you can instantly identify the most important tasks that, if missed, will delay your entire project.
The good news keeps on coming. After winning the “100 Best Companies to Work For” award for the second year in a row and being named a “Cool Vendor” in PPM by Gartner, a leading technology research company, Smartsheet has been recognized again. Our Smartsheet for Outlook integration won first place for the “Best Office 365 App” in the 2015 Office Apps Awards program at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC).
With any type of project, whether it’s building a house or organizing a major event, there are certain tools that you need to get the job done. And when it comes to project management there are tools that will help not only complete the project, but also reduce cost and streamline processes. One of these tools is a stakeholder contact list. This simple asset creates a central location to store contact information, saving time and cost with quick access to key details.
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