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Most project managers follow a four-step project lifecycle to move a project from inception to completion. Not only is this process the lifeblood of a project manager; it is also the lifeblood of a services company. After all, it is only through the repeated completion of successful projects that revenue is generated.
Program management is about more than just tracking tasks and completion dates; it’s about optimizing the use of resources to get more done faster, better, and more profitably. Here’s how to approach program management metrics to improve the performance of your team.
If you’ve been around the project management block before, you’ve probably heard the term “resource management.” While the phrase may seem a little ambiguous to outsiders, in most cases it means something very simple: using the right resources at the right times and in the right capacities to achieve a goal.
DIGARC is a software company dedicated to solving issues that plague higher education through their solutions. Find out how Mavenlink helped DIGARC improve their business processes, leading to improved utilization rates and increased on-budget project delivery.
As part of a continuing effort to support the services industry through effective resource management, Mavenlink’s Resource Management Summer 2019 release includes several critical enhancements designed to provide businesses with improved governance and control over the resource management process.
The services industry is experiencing new types of pressures that are changing businesses around the world. In this blog series, we will examine the six major pressures facing services firms today, their causes, and how you can successfully respond.
How marketers can use statistics from both surveys, to examine ways in which marketing services organizations can better position, compete, and gain market share in this increasingly challenging environment, writes, John Reese, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Mavenlink.
Today, it’s common for people to work on projects together across multiple geographic locations and time zones. This is particularly true for client-facing services organizations, which often depend on a multitude of expert, outside contractors to complete projects in tandem with in-house staff members.
TribalScale creates digital solutions for web, mobile, and emerging technologies to transform clients into digital-first companies. Learn more about how Mavenlink helped TribalScale refine their processes for a new stage of success.
Maestro is not your typical agency. They focus on developing your learning and marketing through strategy, design, and technology.
I remember working on a digital content marketing campaign years ago. We were reviewing a couple new pieces with one of our content creators, and it struck me that it wasn’t clear which personas the pieces were targeting. I realized then that we may have fallen into the trap of publishing content for the sake of publishing content. That moment was a wake-up call for our team: Good B2B content marketing can be a powerful tool, but only when it’s used in the right way. There is no magic...
Implementing new project management software can be challenging and exciting. This tool can not only help increase data and tracking in your projects but can also maximize efficiency, resources, and margins.
To reap the benefits of your new project management software, your team first needs to have full buy-in and commitment to its use. This makes the initial introduction of the software to your team integral to your project management software success.
Mavenlink Wins Two Gold Stevie Awards in Product Categories and a Bronze Stevie for Outstanding Customer Service
Mavenlink is proud to announce that it has won the 2019 American Business Awards Gold Stevie Awards for Best Project Management Solution and Best Application Programming Interface. Mavenlink also won a Bronze Stevie Award for Customer Service Department of the Year.
There is an age-old debate within the professional services community about the best way to optimize resource utilization. Specifically, how do you maximize utilization of your existing resources, identify a shortage of specific skills and people, as well as the need to bring on additional people, and smooth out demand when you have peaks and valleys across client projects?
In short, how do you best match supply and demand?