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|Online project management is certainly a hot topic in this day and age. There are enough and more project managers out there that are looking for the right way to get their team to be productive as possible. Project managers need to ensure that they consider the various tools that they have in order to make this truly work. What you first need to do is to consider some form of research in order to see what really the best tools out , there are when it comes to online project management.
First things first, ensure that you conduct some research on the various online project management tools that are present. The best thing is to check out some reviews that focus on these tools. This may give you a good starting point for your analysis of what exactly you can expect from such tools. Needless to say, you will have to be patient and diligent when it comes to getting the right type of information. One of the reasons for this is that there is a huge array of information available not to mention a large number of online project management tools as well.
So when considering all of this make sure that you look at all the tools before deciding. Ideally, your team and you would discuss the required functionality and features. This would help define your needs and expectations. Thereby , having some expectations in your head and then checking out online project management tools will be helpful in the long run. All in all, make sure that you consider the financial factors. One of the best tools at present would be a pivotal tracker where you can involve different fields of work.
For instance, it has largely been accepted that online project management is all to do with software engineers. While this is certainly true, these are not the only ones who need project management. When it comes to something like online project management , you can even get the marketing team involved as well. This will obviously be helpful if your organization is small. So, while online project management tools like a pivotal tracker may have to be considered, you must see whether the provided metrics is good enough for your team.
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I've been writing about the Internet for a couple of years now so you'd probably assume that I am proficient with all aspects of the Web , from using search engines to building a website. Well, you're wrong. Sadly, I fall into the category of those human beings that fear new experiences in life. You can tell me over and over how cool it is to have a website, I can search and visit other people's great sites , and still I will be doubtful that I can create one myself. Why? What is stopping me from doing what so many people have already done? Those people aren't better or different than me now are they? The answer lies in irrational fear. You know the kind of fear that I speak of. We all do. Somewhere in your life you've deferred from doing something new because of the niggling doubts that pulled like ropes hanging from the branches of your mind.
What has stopped me from taking the leap and joining the online community that I so often speak positively about? I think one reason is that I'm a bit of a technophobe. I work with Internet ?wizards? and when I hear terminology like html, C Sharp, bandwidth, and ftp , I get scared. I don't know what most of this stuff is and if I do know what it is, I don't feel very confident to partake in using it. I'm a normal guy. I have a hard enough time with my life in general without having to integrate a whole new language just to put myself out there on the Internet. I have feared that I won't be able to understand the process of building a website, and that I would waste precious time (we already have a hard enough time getting all of the necessary things done each day) trying and then failing.
There's nothing wrong with failing at something (usually it's how we learn lessons best), but nonetheless I think it's part of the human condition to try and get around having to experience failure , even if it means not getting something that we desire done. I've wanted to have a website for a long time and yet this doubt of failure has stopped me in my tracks, literally turning me into a catatonic, barely existent web presence. Fortunately for myself and for you too, there are people in the world who are willing to help with things that we afraid to do , and vice-versa. It seems that for every one thing that we fear doing, there is both someone else willing to show us the way, as well as someone else who has a similar fear relating to something that we ourselves are comfortable in enough to teach them.
Recently a friend at work said that he would like to show me one way of building a website. I was reluctant to attempt it at first, but after his constant jovial cajoling I decided to let him have a go at teaching me. I was so pessimistic about the experience; I just knew that it would be harder than he said it would be. Boy was I in for a shock! In twenty minutes with his help I had done what I thought I could never do. Isn't that always the way? The things that we fear doing the most ends up being simple , and gives us the greatest feeling of accomplishment. Weren't you afraid to take the training wheels off of your bike when you were a kid, only to soon discover the joy and ease of riding freely on two wheels? I know I was.
On my computer my friend got me to open a simple Word document. Then he got me to cut and paste some photos from my photo library, and some text from some old stories I had written. We saved them as html. I didn't need to know what html was! Then he showed me how to make a second webpage and link it to the first by typing in a word, then highlighting it and saving it as hypertext. Again , I didn't need to know what it meant, only that the word was now able to be clicked on to send me to the other page.