Monthly Archives: January 2012

A good project management tool is like an aspirin

Project management tools are supposed to help you manage your project, not create more work and headaches. You’ve got your team to manage, your bosses to answer to, the client to keep happy, and the project itself to keep on time, in budget, and high quality. The last thing you need is a tool that […]

Sorting tasks by priority shouldn’t be a task itself

In a perfect world, we manage one project with five team members. All the tasks are laid out before the project starts, and the client doesn’t add any new ones until the project is ended. But that’s not how it works in the real world 🙂 In the real world, you’re managing ten projects for […]