Danielle Richards

Danielle Richards is the Content Marketing Manager at Mavenlink. She has spent the last 4 years writing content for B2B SaaS organizations.
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Five Tips for Managing the Remote Workforce Like A Boss

Remote work is becoming the norm rather than just a buzzword in 2017. Many organizations are realizing that as the economy evolves alongside technology, the workforce is experiencing some major shifts as well. 

Client Success: Paragon Consulting Boosts Profits on 75% of Projects

Paragon Consulting, a Gold Certified Sitecore Partner, specializes in taking client websites to the next level with custom software development. Find out how Mavenlink helped Paragon boost profits on over 75% of their projects. 

How the Rise of the Remote Worker Will Change the Economy Forever

The digital age is driving major transformation in the workplace. These forces are altering nearly every aspect of business, not to mention, a new class of employee has emerged: the remote worker. Who are remote workers and how do they benefit our modern economy?

Step Up Your Collaboration Skills with Video Conferencing

As technology continues to support our collaborative endeavors at the workplace, teams are demanding a myriad of software tools for communication and conferencing across offices. 

Understanding Project Metrics: Total Availability by Month

In services, there is a constant struggle to manage supply vs demand.  A few questions to consider: Do you have the number of resources required to complete your work, and can you successfully handle taking on more work? 

The Gig Economy, Digital Platforms, and Independent Workers

Independence Day is upon us! In honor of the day that Americans celebrate their freedom, we thought that alongside the red white and blue festivities, there was no better time to recognize the phenomenon that is currently transforming our economy—the independent worker.

10 Influential Quotes on The Service Level Economy

We are in middle of a major transformation that will change how we work forever. We have left behind old business models and have entered into a client driven, Service Level Economy

Understanding the Most Common Process Mistakes in Project Management

The following blog will dive into the challenges and potential solutions associated with process at a project-based organization. These project management mistakes are procedural, and completely avoidable. 

Quick Guide: How to Define & Calculate Billable Performance to Target

Services firms have a profound need for business intelligence (BI) to make sense of vast information in order to make profitable decisions. Without this clarity, success is just an illusion.

The Four Biggest Threats to Profit in Services

The phenomenon of chasing growth at the expense of margin is nowhere more visible than in the services industry. Winning a new piece of business, no matter how much money it contributes to the firm, may actually be detrimental to success.

How to Solve Three of The Most Common Resource Management Challenges

Unlike companies that produce and sell products, service organizations make money by billing out the time of their resources. As a result, people are usually the largest expense for a services firm, as well as the biggest risk.

How to Measure Planned and Actual Utilization Percentages

Project profit is only one part of what drives business. Companies can have profitable projects, and yet still lose money. This is typically from having too few employees working on revenue-creating projects.  

13 Tips & Tricks to Maintain A Healthy Work Life Balance

Today, it is harder today than ever to pull yourself away from work—thanks, in large part, to mobile technology. So, how do we manage to balance work and life today? 

11 Super Simple Productivity Hacks That Will Immediately Change Office Morale

Ever wonder how that one person in the office always manages to get things done without seeming too stressed or completely overwhelmed? This blog will discuss everything from tech gadgets that enhance productivity, to advice for stressed-out employees.

An Introductory, Three-Step Guide to Dealing with Difficult Clients

Clients — we love them. We need them. And sometimes when they ask for so much, we wonder, “Is this still worth it?” It’s important to always consider a client relationship as a partnership, and this implies equal value.