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Sparkling Reading List to Kick-off Your Summer

Planview blogs that sparkled in 2017

Sparkling Reading List to Kick-off Your Summer

What comes to mind when you think of summer? Vacation? Fireworks? Kids out of school? Maybe it’s simply relaxing with friends and family while you enjoy your summer break away from work… For many Americans, the 4th of July feels like the start of summer. No matter where you are in the world, your time is a bit freer; work has calmed down; you may even be planning that well-deserved vacation. So, while you’re sipping your drink on the beach or just relaxing in your living room, take time to browse through our summer reading list.

We’ve compiled a list of the top 10 most-visited blog posts of 2017, so you won’t miss out on any of the valuable information:

  1. U.S. Department of Energy Receives Award for Enterprise Architecture Innovation
  2. Planview Showcases Projectplace Workspaces at SXSW in Austin – Get Sh!t Done
  3. Advancing Product Innovation: Why Right Size is Better than Supersize
  4. Plans Are Even More Critical: Expedite Agility with Continuous Planning
  5. Bridging the Gap – Creating Appreciation for EA and Its Strategic Value Among ALL Employees
  6. How to Create and Measure a Business Focused Enterprise Architecture Team
  7. Top 5 Trends for 2017 You Can’t Afford to Ignore
  8. Work Collaboration Tools are Here to Stay
  9. How to Create and Measure a Business Focused Enterprise Architecture Team
  10. Bolstering the Reputation of Enterprise Architects as Key Contributors [Infographic]

Keep this list in your back pocket for those slow summer days—or simply to catch up with our most notable content. You could even read through a few before firing up the grill on this national holiday. Be sure to comment below with your pick of our best post of 2017, and stay cool this summer.

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Hayley Eubanks
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Hayley Eubanks is a senior at the University of Texas at Austin, pursuing a BA in Marketing with a minor in English. She works as an intern at Planview and specializes in writing about portfolio and resource management, collaborative work management, and enterprise architecture.

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