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This article by Matthew Brochinsky, Senior Transformation Advisor at Workfront, originally appeared on the Workfront Blog and we think our readers will find this information useful. If you’re reading this from any place other than the office building you were sitting in several weeks ago, raise your hand. Like millions of others, you suddenly found yourself working and/or managing a team from a socially distant location (but always within reach of hand sanitizer). We are all adjusting to a new normal with no clear answer to how long it will last. Okay, you can put your hand down now. Almost overnight, we transitioned to working from home—while trying to maintain the same levels of productivity. Companies without a response plan in place pre-pandemic are scrambling to figure it out as they go...from home. This might feel overwhelming, like trying to paint an airplane in flight. Yes, it will be difficult, but it’s not too late to make refinements that will enable and engage your newly remote teams to be productive on the right work—during this pandemic and beyond.
This article by Richard Whitehead, Director of Product Marketing, at Workfront originally appeared on our partner Workfront’s Work Management Blog and we think our readers will find this information valuable.
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This article by John Schefer, Account Executive at Workfront, was recently published on Workfront’s Blog and we thought our readers would enjoy. “Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” said one of the most influential management consultants of all time, Peter Drucker. Or at least Mark Fields said he said it. This was 2006, before Fields went on to become chief executive of Ford motor company, and the quote has been circulating online ever since.
This blog form Heather Hurst, Corporate Marketing Director at Workfront recently appeared on the WorkFront Work & Project Management Blog, and we think our readers will find it useful. To keep up with the competition, business leaders are pushed more than ever to create diverse, skilled, and large teams. But, without an eye toward collaboration, the very things that make this type of team the best qualified to tackle some of your organization's biggest challenges can cause your teamwork, trust, and productivity to fall apart at the seams.
This article originally appeared in our technology partner, Workfront’s Blog, and we thought our readers would find it interesting! “This is too hard. Why can’t I do it the old way?” Sound familiar? It’s a common refrain whenever a team adopts a new technology. Almost without exception, what’s new requires going through a learning curve, and so by definition change is hard.