The Changing Landscape of Work

The office of the future will not be totally automated, nor will it be filled with millennials. The trends that we’ll discuss in this review suggest that the nature of how work gets done in the future is, in many ways, still unknown. What is known is that it’s changing, and the new worker of the future will have more tools than ever and will be more comfortable using them. Additionally, the environment for the office worker of the future will be mixed, and research suggests there are fast...

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Client Success: Scale My Empire Triples Project Margins With Mavenlink

Scale My Empire (SME) was founded on the idea that the key to small business success is the implementation of the right systems. Find out how Mavenlink helped Scale My Empire triple project margins.

The Connection Between Wellbeing and Workplace Performance

As a student and advocate for positive change, I’ve reviewed a great deal of research that points to the fallout and heavy toll that change can bring. The one word that most often gets blamed for the negative impact is stress. More specifically, work related stress. Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) has compiled an article that can attest to the widespread challenges that stress creates in the workplace. From their website they quote the CDC:

How Leading Experts Gauge the Health of Projects

One of the many challenges of project and resource management is viewing the up-to-the-minute health status of projects from multiple angles. We turned to a roster of resource management experts to weigh in on some best practices.

G2 Crowd's Top 20 Project Management Software Solutions

Finding the right project management software for your projects and business needs can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. G2 Crowd shared their top picks to help take the guesswork out of this daunting task.

Change Management Scorecard

This is the third installment of our series on managing change in today’s networked economy. We started with a focus on professional services and the transformation taking place in that sector as markets and competition all seem to be moving faster than ever before, indicating the need to keep up with the speed of change. The cost of not keeping up with these changes or not initiating the right new system to manage change can cripple a company. This is especially true and obvious for...

Client Success: Navigant Consulting Increases Efficiency to Drive Profitability

Navigant Consulting applies experience, foresight, and industry expertise to pinpoint emerging opportunities to help build, manage, and protect the value of their clients' businesses. Find out how Mavenlink helped Navigant increase efficiency to drive profitability. 

Change Management Needs a Change

There is nothing more predictable than change. It is, as they say, the one constant in the universe. However, the volumes of analysis and research on the subject of change only provide a peek at how change may impact our individual business. In other words, there is no magic wand solution for managing change that works predictably for everybody. Where would the fun in that be?

Client Success: Maestro Increases Projects Delivered On Time and On Budget by 100% with Mavenlink

Maestro is not your typical agency. They focus on developing your learning and marketing through strategy, design, and technology.

Change Management and the Transformation of Professional Services Organizations

We’re in the age of both digital disruption and radical innovation, which can cause many professional services firms to cringe at the implications. Why? Because how these firms adapt to change determines their success. Adapting alone to simply fit in with a trend, however, will not be sufficient for this next wave of global technological disruption. So what kinds of changes can be expected? For professional services firms there are two to consider.

An Introduction to Rescuing At-Risk Projects

In any given project, there are many interrelated and moving parts—tasks, milestones, dependencies, costs, resources, deliverables—that need to be carefully managed. Adding to that, many times a project manager is concurrently managing many different projects, all with different scopes, priorities, resources, and stakeholders. 

It's no surprise then that projects run into trouble every day. Sometimes, despite your best efforts, things go wrong. While you may know this to be true, when it’s...

Are You Ready for GDPR?

Organizations are struggling to comprehend the impact of GDPR. They are faced with a barrage of often misleading, inaccurate or incomplete commentary from across the industry. It is time for many to stop, breathe and think before focusing on what is arguably the most significant change to data privacy there has ever been. GDPR is a lengthy piece of legislation. It took four years of debate and negotiation before the legislation was passed by the EU Parliament in April 2016. Legislators...

[Video] AMP Agency Reaches Billable Utilization Targets with Mavenlink

AMP is a brand ecosystem agency that architects cohesive brand ecosystems and digital products that grow businesses. It was important for AMP to find a tool that provided the leadership team real-time access to the health of client portfolios and the business. Enter, Mavenlink. 

Do You Communicate or Collaborate?

Too many projects fail because of a lack of communication. A report by PMI in 2013 stated that “$135 million is at risk for every $1 billion spent on a project. Further research on the importance of effective communications uncovers that a startling 56 percent ($75 million of that $135 million) is at risk due to ineffective communications.”