Build on Top of Taskworld With Public API

We are absolutely stoked to announce the release of Taskworld API — a simple interface that allows ...

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20 ways to improve empathy at work

Work is about relationships. And relationships thrive on strong emotional intelligence. That’s why ...

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Introducing project activity

Were you ever going through one of your projects and noticed that something was a bit off? Maybe ...

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Lencioni’s 5 Dysfunctions of a Team

Ahhhh, organizational politics. You can love watching Game of Thrones and the mental and physical ...

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Taskworld Blog

7 Signs You're Addicted to Work

by Jessica Zartler / September 14, 2016

Being excited and passionate about your work is a blessing that many people don’t enjoy. Feeling motivated every day to bring ideas to the table and make improvements on the product you work with, or ...

Why We Have Cardboard People in Our Office

by Taskworld Blog Team / September 12, 2016

If you have never heard of the term buyer personas or have not yet made them a part of your marketing and sales plan, you could be wasting advertising dollars and missing out on thousands, or ...

Persuade Anyone With These 5 Steps

by Jessica Zartler / August 05, 2016

Have you ever watched a speech or presentation that inspired you? One so motivating that it roused you to action? Ever wish you had that skill? (Me too!)

4 Mistakes Millennial Managers Make

by Jessica Zartler / July 12, 2016

These aren’t your grandfather’s offices… today’s workers aren’t bound by four walls and often the most productive and innovative work happens just as much in coffee shops and beaches, as it does in ...

The End of Performance Reviews (As we know it)

by Taskworld Blog Team / July 04, 2016

There’s been an elephant in the room for far too long. We’ve all been guilty of ignoring it. So, let’s just face it head on today. It is no secret that the system to review performance in most ...

Euro Cup At Work - How To Boost Morale Without Compromising Productivity

by Jessica Zartler / June 27, 2016

With just seconds left in stoppage time, the underdog team that’s behind nails a penalty kick sending the football match into overtime. Meanwhile, managers bite their tongues. They don’t want to ...

Why You Should Try Reverse Brainstorming

by Taskworld Blog Team / June 21, 2016

When you think of brainstorming, what comes to mind? In our collective managerial brains, we think of something similar to a commercial advertisement, with a team all sitting around a meeting room, ...

10 Biggest Communication Blunders

by Jessica Zartler / June 17, 2016

We’ve all been there. A typo on the resume, forwarding an email to the wrong person, avoiding a confrontational talk or accidentally melting down in front of a colleague - or all of the above. It is ...

Taskworld's Overview Just Got More Interactive

by Taskworld Blog Team / June 14, 2016

A few months ago, Taskworld's Overview added a whole new dimension to team management.

Are You A Micromanager?

by Taskworld Blog Team / June 09, 2016

Micromanagers aren’t bad people, they are just incredibly detail oriented, have a hands on attitude and want to make sure a project is as successful as possible. Despite their best intentions ...

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