DevOps grew from a desire to knock down the silos between development and operations teams, making it easier to deliver increasingly more complicated software on a more reliable basis. Project management tastemakers are starting to see potential to apply DevOps principles to a much broader range of activities.
What are the newest challenges facing project management professionals? How are efficiency-minded PMs using technology? At Collabosphere, we convened a panel of inspiring, battle-tested PM pros to discuss an array of hot topics.
When reading the proverbial chicken livers for 2016, project management trend-spotters overwhelmingly tagged two growing challenges for the field: a growing number of contributors will be working remotely and they will be working on more projects simultaneously.
We are on a constant mission to protect modern-day collaborators from the clutches of collabohaters. Our new refresh of our 9 Types of Collabohaters infographic had us once again thinking about the different wrenches that get thrown into the gears of collaborative business.
Potentially uncool opinion: I like business conferences. I don’t attend them that often—possibly in itself the key to my cheerfulness about them—but when I do, I usually find value, both personally and professionally.
There are unpleasant truths many businesses must be prepared to confront before they can truly start talking about “a culture of collaboration.”
Those tired myths of robots taking over your job are grossly exaggerated. Well, kind of. Using iMeet Central’s advanced workflow and automation capabilities can alleviate all sorts of unnecessary clicks, emails, reminders and so much more.
Happy work. Does that sound like an oxymoron? It shouldn’t, says Claire Burge, CEO of This is Productivity
As part of an ongoing series, we’re reaching out to agencies, marketers and marketing consulting firms to get their insights on collaboration.
The war on shorts Several months back, HP ran afoul of some industry commentators—including our own Collabosphere keynote speaker Jacob Morgan—by allegedly updating its dress code guidelines,