Legend

Forum

Unread topics or posts

Topic

Unread posts

Locked

Announcement

Search

Search results for "Posted by kimstark64"



AuthorMessage
kimstark64

Posted: Jan 13, 2012



Posted by samgnar:
With Zoho Project's online project management software, OUR project team can share views and opinions just like the social networking sites to encourage participation. They also have a option to chat among team members to brainstorm ideas prior to making a decision. Moreover, the tracking of work becomes simple and easy.

Can we find an alternate option?


You're correct. The most beneficial feature of an online project management software (http://www.microsoft.com/project/en-us/project-management.aspx) is its ability to allow web-based collaboration. It allows team collaboration which drives overall project success by driving efficiency. At my company, we've been using Microsoft's project management software. What about yours?


This message was edited Jan 13, 2012.
kimstark64

Posted: Jan 04, 2012
From Topic: How-To Guide



I am searching for a complete reference guide for Toodledo. Any online to-do guide?
kimstark64

Posted: Jan 04, 2012



Posted by lornfate:
Hi everyone,

I just want to share a book entitled "The Roman Timetable" by Simon Young that I have just read that shows how the roman civilization been able to manage their time properly and achieve high progress. It is a brilliant combination of history, biology and a logical method of improving your productivity and increasing clarity. I would recommend it to everyone.


I never knew about it before. Does the Roman timetable have a chart accompanying it. Would be interesting to learn how History and Biology can be used for time management. Because the only application we use for managing time at our office is Microsoft's project management software. It has a centralized time capture device, which strealines and automates processes. Would like to know how the Roman timetable can help drive efficiency.

http://www.microsoft.com/project/en-us/project-management.aspx


This message was edited Jan 04, 2012.
Contact Us | Blog | API | Jobs | Press | Documentation | Forums Privacy | Terms | Copyright © 2004-2014