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Whoa! Teams Waste 9 Weeks a Year Collaborating Poorly on Projects?!

SXSW Exhibitor: Workplace Solutions – Reclaim that time; learn how at SXSW 2016

Whoa! Teams Waste 9 Weeks a Year Collaborating Poorly on Projects?!

Do you ever wonder about the true cost of project inefficiencies in your organization? And more importantly, what could be accomplished if the common hurdles were removed?

In a recent survey of 200 U.S. based project managers:

  • 55 percent report time is wasted! On average, respondents believe they waste seven hours per week because of collaboration hurdles – a total of 350 hours per year – the equivalent of almost nine weeks!

More than 40 percent agree that an all-in-one, online solution is a “must have” for true project collaboration.

Join me at the #SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas Monday, March 14 where I’ll show you how to reclaim those wasted weeks during the Exhibitor Pitches: Workforce Solutions at the Austin Convention Center.

I’ll share what a true 21st century solution looks like and how the right technology can help your team become highly productive and responsive. What would you do with nine weeks? Let us know on Twitter at @Projectplace by using the hashtag #9MoreWeeks.

What: Monday, March 14, 2 p.m.

Where: SXSW Trade Show, Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 2, Pitch Stage

Visit us at the Austin Convention Center at Booth 411 and stop by and see Kaptain Kanban for a fun photo opp.

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Jason Morio
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In the span of his 20 year career in the technology space, Jason’s experience has run the gamut from roles in Fortune 1000 companies all the way to the “four dudes, a dog and a garage” level of startups. Jason isn’t just a spokesperson for project collaboration and the notion of “virtual teams”, he lived it in true fashion having run a software development group in Romania from his bedroom desk in Austin. He now works with several multi-faceted virtual teams that span between Austin, Stockholm and Bangalore in his current role at Planview, where he helps companies large and small to overcome the challenges they face with the ever-changing nature of collaborative projects. Twitter: @JMProjCollab