Friday, February 6, 2009

Project Management 2.0

Andrew Filev writes, E-mail is still the most popular project communication tool. An employee on an average project gets between 30 and 100 e-mails per day. The majority of these e-mails contain tasks, change requests and discussions, so it’s hard to overestimate the knowledge buried in e-mail inboxes every day. This knowledge often bypasses project management tools like Microsoft Project. Filev offers insight into a new way that project managers can do their job, more efficiently by integrating Project 2.0 which relies upon the same processes at Enterprise 2.0. Filev goes on to say that Project Management 2.0 practices and supportive tools eliminate the need for extra meetings, phone calls, and e-mails, thus saving you time and letting you focus on getting things done. To find out more about Project 2.0, check out Filev's post here.

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