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.
Here at Smartsheet we have a wide range of sports enthusiasts, and when it comes to the NFL, we have quite the range of fans. From the Patriots to the Packers, Broncos to the Bears, the diverse mix often results in some spirited workplace competition.
We can get pretty passionate about the Super Bowl at Smartsheet headquarters in Seattle, especially when our home team, the Seahawks, are playing for the second year in a row.
In today’s fast-paced work environment, it has never been more important for project managers to communicate effectively with senior management.
We have a lot of resources to help you master Smartsheet, everything from webinars to template tutorials. Now, we're giving you a chance to learn from the experts.
There might be more Michael Scotts out there than we ever thought. Movies like “Horrible Bosses” and fictional managers like Michael Scott from “The Office” may actually be more fact than fiction. Too bad Halloween is over; that is really terrifying.
TechCrunch recently released the 10 most important trends changing the face of enterprise computing, everything from faster application performance to virtualization to enhanced security.
The way we work has changed dramatically since 1984, the year Microsoft Project was launched. While it's still a robust tool that meets the needs of some of the most demanding and complex project plans, it may not fit the needs of everyone, particularly in today's modern work envrionment.
In real life, parents are the ultimate project managers. It’s up to them to make sure that everyone is organized and on the same page, and that all tasks, from chores to getting to soccer practice, are completed in a timely manner.