As easy as it is to share a Smartsheet online with your clients, colleagues, and vendors, sometimes you just gotta print. You need a PDF for email, handouts for an offline presentation.
We get it.
PPS Project Plan Services is a prominent UK consulting firm, specializing in implementing and reselling enterprise planning and project solutions based on Microsoft Project, Office 365 Sharepoint, and now... Smartsheet.
What's it take for credit unions to compete with big banks for members and assets? Impactful community programs, superior services and tailored products. But delivering can be a challenge with smaller budgets and available resources, and yet all the same regulatory requirements as the big guys.
When you manage 40-60 commercial properties across six different states, it’s a constant exercise in managing moving pieces. Pacific West Land, LLC, based in Washington State, is in varying stages of development of neighborhood shopping centers and commercial properties in the Southern California, Denver, Las Vegas, Orlando, Boise, and Phoenix markets.
It was back in 2010 that Ted Schadler and Josh Bernoff published their Harvard Business Review article and book Empowered about empowering workers in the enterprise.
Have you wanted to learn how to get your team up and running with Smartsheet in a more hands-on environment?
From years of working in the trenches on project clients, IT/PM consultant Brad Egeland explains the four things your clients really want you to know about working with them, without having to tell you.
Smartsheet released a host of new features today, including what could considerably be the most important, and anticipated, feature we’ve introduced in the last year: linking information across sheets. As the #1 most requested feature to date, we’re thrilled by the impact this will have on our customers’ productivity.
Progressive companies are running more and more of their business in the cloud. Certainly the companies choosing Gmail, Calendar and Docs tend to make future decisions in favor of the cloud -- and most notably, in favor of apps that work well alongside the Google Apps.
IT/Project Management consultant and author Brad Egeland explains what makes a project requirement a 'good' requirement...and the consequences of not having them for your next project: