Webinars


  • Accelerating New Product Development with Better Project Management Manual processes, disconnected tools and swamped stakeholders have left project managers and IT directors scrambling for a better way to stay on schedule and under budget. But simply adding another project management tool will only make things worse… Instead, join LexisNexis and AtTask for a webinar that will highlight three practical solutions to repair enterprise project management. This ...
  • Dispelling the Illusion of Productivity – Webinar
  • How to Slay the Dragon of Work Chaos Software development and test/QA teams are under tremendous pressure in organizations forced to do more with less. Distributed teams, system upgrades, and software integrations only add fuel to the fire, especially for those tasked with critical deliverables and meeting deadlines. These problems scamper about like pesky little lizards on the individual level, but taken together ...
  • The 5 Most Dangerous Creative Productivity Myths—Busted! Myth 5: Email is the Best Way to Collaborate People assume email is a great tool for collaboration because it’s simple, flexible, and universal. But “let me send that to you again so it’s at the top of your inbox” is a phrase we’ve all heard. Why? Because email, rather than facilitating collaboration, is often where ideas, documents, and critical requests get lost in an ...
  • The Most Dangerous Creative Productivity Myths—Busted! Myth 3: Adding Resources Increases Output In this webinar, we will explore and bust the dangerous creative productivity myth that “Adding Resources Increases Output”. We’ll also show you how more resources does not guarantee faster completion, fewer late nights, or that more projects will get completed on-time or on-budget.
  • The Most Dangerous Creative Productivity Myths—Busted! Myth 2: Saying “Yes” is Best In this webinar, we will explore and bust the dangerous creative productivity myth that “Adding Resources Increases Output”. We’ll also show you how more resources does not guarantee faster completion, fewer late nights, or that more projects will get completed on-time or on-budget.
  • The 5 Most Dangerous Creative Productivity Myths—Busted! Myth 4: Busy is the Same as Productive Attending meetings and putting out fires on top of your regular work load can keep you very busy. According to this myth, being busy and having “meetings all day” should mean you are being productive and accomplishing a lot. Unfortunately, being busy often means you or your team are failing to get essential creative and ...
  • Why Project Management is Broken (and 3 Ways to Fix It) Manual processes, disconnected tools and swamped stakeholders have left project managers and IT directors scrambling for a better way to stay on schedule and under budget. But simply adding another project management tool will only make things worse… Instead, join LexisNexis and AtTask for a webinar that will highlight three practical solutions to repair enterprise project management. This ...
  • Agile Meets Waterfall: How to Manage Multiple Methodologies Agile methodologies have had tremendous success in task-oriented teams and are increasing their penetration into the enterprise. Still, Agile is just a tool, and not all projects, business processes, and corporate cultures are natural fits. But managing multiple methodologies can be an enormous challenge without the right approach. Join GigaOM analysts Rich Morrow and Dave Ohara, ...
  • The Most Dangerous Creative Productivity Myths—Busted! Myth 1: Structure Kills Creativity Creativity needs room to blossom. That’s the idea behind this myth. Creative teams, as the name implies, are creative by nature. They argue that having too many processes constrains them and takes away from time that could be spent creating. The truth is that without the right structures in place, you lose more time than ...
  • 3 Keys to Mastering the Game of Software Development Projects Managing software development can seem like a real-life video game. Never-ending feature requests, changing priorities and cryptic collaboration can leave you feeling like you’re leaping over fireballs while battling mages and warlocks. Never fear…there’s still a way to rescue the princess and get your software project back on track. Battle Enterprise Work Chaos Webinar Join GigaOM Analyst Rich ...
  • Managing Agile: Increasing Adoption While Retaining Control While agile methodologies have had tremendous success in task-oriented teams, many larger businesses have been slower to embrace them as a corporate standard. From budget forecasting to performance benchmarking and accountability, agile presents new high-level management challenges to large enterprises, and its reliance on face-to-face interaction conflicts with the increasingly time-shifted, geographically distributed nature of ...
  • Collaboration Nation Keep lines of communication open throughout the content creation process with your external vendors, freelance contractors, and internal team members. In this 1-hour live Webinar, you’ll learn from content marketing experts Joe Pulizzi, Founder of the Content Marketing Institute, and Heather Hurst, AtTask Director of Content and Awareness, on why it’s crucial to get everyone ...
  • Winning at the Game of Marketing Unexpected projects and last-minute requests ambush every marketing team, sometimes (or almost always) creating chaos not just for the team, but also for the rest of the department. Inevitably, marketing teams wind up spending more time trying to manage work chaos than designing great artwork for their clients.
  • Improve Your Workflow: Social Enterprise Collaboration To improve your enterprise workflow, you need visibility into the work that is being done You need to keep all work, processes, data, and collaboration in a single place. AtTask makes it easy for the entire team to collaborate and keep their work in context using social media inspired tools, so enterprises gain efficiency and ...
  • Optimized DevOps Due to the increase in reliance on technology, IT teams are expected to respond to changes or release updates quickly but without compromising quality. Such needs for immediate action can strain IT’s capacity and result in software defects, deployment delays, and loss of productivity. This ultimately costs organizations more time and money. What if you ...
  • Go Beyond Traditional Agile Tools Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned veteran, you see the benefits of agile methodologies. You love iterations, you move fast, and your code is clean. But your world is bigger than just your code. Important ad hoc work doesn’t live in sprints. Critical work falls through the cracks because you have multiple streams of ...
  • Kill the Chaos of Campaign Management Whether your expertise is campaign, awareness, creative, digital or demand generation marketing, you’ve lived the chaos and insanity of trying to manage and support successful campaigns—all while telling yourself next time will be different. Next time you’re going to do a better job planning. Next time prioritization will be clear with reasonable timelines. Next time ...
  • CMO Uncut: The Ugly Truth About Your Marketing Team’s Productivity Marketers pride themselves on mastering their discipline; advertising, branding, digital marketing, and more. We’re relentless in our pursuit to optimize and improve because we know the potential impact the smallest shift in response or conversion rates can have on our business. And yet, even with all of the tools and expertise, the productivity of marketing teams ...
  • Healthcare IT Chaos. Solved! It is no secret that healthcare organizations are dealing with an ever-increasing amount of chaos caused by disconnected tools, random input processes, inefficient use of time and poor visibility. Project success rates are on a steady decline. It’s time to evolve or accept project failure. Watch and you’ll learn how:
  • The Case for Social Project Management: 3 Imperatives That Will Drive Greater Project Success 3 Imperatives That Will Drive Greater Project Success Image: Tim Harmon Tim Harmon Tim Harmon discusses the findings of a recent study that explored the potential value of incorporating social elements into project management processes. Finding indicate that Social Project Management: Encourages greater participation from knowledge workers Fills in “missing data” in the form of qualitative information Enables greater accuracy ...