On behalf of Villanova University and University Alliance, Erin Palmer outlines how Smartsheet simplifies even the most complicated projects while keeping everyone motivated and on task. Read on to see why she feels Smartsheet’s a good fit for project managers.
With the Smartsheet team nearly double its size since the start of 2011, it was high time to take a break for the 2011 Summer Team BBQ the weekend before last. An opportunity for everyone and their families to rally for some good 'ole fashioned summertime fun.
Did you hear that? Was it the collective exhale of 100,000+ Salesforce admins who have been asking for a solid integrated project management tool for Salesforce?
Big thanks to Corwin Hiebert for shedding light on an age-old question for many creative folks: Can you be creative, even a bit chaotic, and still manage projects effectively? Corwin is a management and marketing consultant to creative entrepreneurs (like world-renowned photographer and author David duChemin).
We’re constantly monitoring and measuring our brand in a variety of ways. But recently, during one of these exercises, one of our engineering-types pointed out “our customers are really good looking.” Not what I expected to come out of the ongoing social media monitoring efforts, but the unsolicited exclamation really made me chuckle.
Our dev team appreciates (and drinks plenty of) good wine, but that’s not where I’m going here.
Arnaud Karsenti is managing principal of 13th Floor Investments, a Florida-based real estate investment firm that focuses on identifying, acquiring, managing, and selling real estate properties.
I participated in a roundtable panel sponsored by Focus Research yesterday with several online project management solution providers.
For Dan Baker, the difference between being at the helm on a client project and being one of the many muscling the oars comes down to two key tools:
His iPad and Smartsheet.
It’s summertime here in Seattle, and that means one thing. (No, not that we’ll only see the sun for a maximum of 4 days at a time). It means we have undergrad and newly post-grad interns working closely with our teams.