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Happy New Year! A Compilation of the Top Blogs of 2017

How do you feel about New Year’s resolutions? Do you have some of your own, and do you stick to them? Many chose to forgo the tradition of making resolutions for one of two reasons: 1) they’re simply too easy to break, or 2) life is already pretty…

Why Your IT Department Should Get Better at Product Management

Patrick Tickle wants your IT department to get better at product management. In this age of digital transformation, when we all want to get closer to the customer and make our products smarter and more digital, product management is imperative.…

Planview and LeanKit Come Together, Extending WRM into Lean-Agile

It’s an exciting day for Planview and LeanKit as today we announced that we are coming together to launch the next phase of our work and resource management (WRM) vision. As I have been briefing industry analysts and customers on this news,…

Demystifying Work and Resource Management

Jerry Manas, an internationally best-selling author, speaker, and consultant, knows a little bit about technology and the role it can play in helping organizations reach their full potential. In a recent whitepaper entitled “Charting…

The World of Work Today: Embracing Different Types of Work

In my previous blog, The Workberg: Structured and Unstructured Work, I explain the concept of the Workberg to illustrate the different types of work going on in your organization. Above the waterline is where the formal, structured, process-driven…

Leveraging GDPR to Transform Your Organization

The countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline has begun in earnest. These sweeping regulations go into effect on May 25, 2018—less than one year away. Not only will these new laws impact consumers and businesses…

The Growing Role of Enterprise Architects

A recent analysis by Planview found that today’s enterprise architects (EA) must not only be technical but also be strategic. The team looked at a random set of 100 job postings at different companies and identified the most common hiring…