“Everyone is blissfully happy and nothing could be better.” That’s how Patrick Collison, co-founder of new Start-up, Stripe, describes their work environment. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?
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In a desperate rush to structure product or service-related conversations and get things done faster, more and more companies are turning to enterprise collaboration tools. However, many companies rush to implement collaboration tools without considering many important aspects and without … Continue Reading
Message someone who is not in your contact list OneDesk makes inter-office communication easier. You can send a message to and chat with any OneDesk user, whether they are part of your organization or not. . Who is automatically added … Continue Reading
Monday mornings in the OneDesk office are probably just like any typical mornings in any other office. We greet each other with stories of what we did over the weekend, and express how they are always too short. As the … Continue Reading
Exploring the rules of requirements In order to optimize their requirements management process, companies must first understand the key components of requirements management. I recently came across (thanks Cindy F Solomon, for the invite!) a webcast, hosted by ProductMgmt Talk, … Continue Reading
Why OneDesk makes managing multiple tasks and issues a breeze The beauty of using OneDesk is that it allows you to easily view all the tasks and issues you are assigned to, in one view. With OneDesk issues and tasks … Continue Reading
Adopting a bottom-up or worker-driven management style One of the most common styles adopted in project management is the bottom-up (also known as “worker-driven”) approach. This means that all project decisions and directions are established by top level executives. The … Continue Reading
In a perfect world, all projects would go smoothly with no hassles. All deadlines would be met every single time. All team members would be always 100 percent focused and aware of all project details. There would be no communication … Continue Reading