by Jessica Zartler / March 9, 2017
Kitschy is as kitschy does. Whether its an ironic t-shirt, child’s bib or even a temporary tattoo, people love a good, dry as a desert joke to brighten up their everyday or give as gifts. One company has jumped on…
by Jessica Zartler / January 17, 2017
From former Steve Jobs’ employees, to top execs themselves such as Mark Zuckerberg and Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales, to former NASA astronauts like Garrett Resiman, and even former President Barack Obama have Quora profiles — and they’re giving away free advice. If…
by Taskworld Blog Team / May 25, 2016
Over the course of developing Taskworld, in the past 3 years we studied project management inside out. Apart from the obvious resistance to technology, the most challenging aspect of introducing a new project management software was existence of workaround methods….
by Gavin / April 4, 2016
Agile software development (a.k.a. ASD) refers to software development methodologies such as XP (extreme programming) and Scrum which focus on developing software in short, iterative time periods of anywhere from one to three weeks. These approaches to software development differ markedly from older, plan driven methods in that they allow project requirements to evolve as the project progress.
by Taskworld Blog Team / March 22, 2016
It’s time to stop putting out fires and sense problems before they arise. It’s time to make proactive management intuitive. Introducing Overview and Analytics for Taskworld that turn data into insights. Taskworld has an all new dashboard which provides you…
by Taskworld Blog Team / March 8, 2016
Why should we change the way we work? After all, we have always got the job done. There’s no running away from the fact that human beings resist change. However in today’s world, embracing new technology lays the foundation for gaining…
by Julien / January 12, 2016
What to do with a new idea? Kill it? Feed it? Fear it? Eat it? Love it? Exchange it for a refurbished old idea in a different colour?
by Jessica Zartler / December 23, 2015
Santa is the ultimate project manager. He not only builds enough toys for all the children in the world, delivers them in one night, manages a huge and diverse staff and recruits new, talented reindeer, but year round he is on top of business. What we can learn from the big boss at the North Pole.