Visualize Themes and Eliminate App Switching
Whether you’re managing day-to-day tasks or completing a product roadmap, working collaboratively has never been more critical or potentially cumbersome. That’s why Projectplace by Planview is excited to unveil a new team, roadmap, and project workspaces, for all the ways team members organize their work.
Here’s a short summary of what’s new:
- Team workspaces – prioritize, and execute milestones and get more work done through a single, consolidated team overview
- Roadmap workspaces – visualize and organize work by themes or campaigns
- Project workspaces – plan, execute, and collaborate on structured work within a timeframe
Check the video I did explaining some of this new functionality.
Here’s some additional detail around roadmaps and team workspaces that will enhance yet simplify the way teams work.
Roadmap workspaces enable teams to organize work by themes across a planning horizon. For example, marketing teams can structure work around campaigns. Product development teams can organize work according to roadmap priorities. Software teams can plan and view work items by application themes.
In the new team workspace, teams can easily prioritize, delegate, and update the status of work within the collective team. Managers can see the workload of each team member and forecast potential bottlenecks. With collaboration, communication, work management, and prioritization available within a single experience, the tax on productivity caused by constant app-switching is eliminated and teams can focus on getting work done instead of tracking down information.
Being able to visualize high-level deliverables for all types of work is a true game-changer. Not only does it provide flexibility in how you work, but you can store all your materials within the same space and collaborate to get work done.
More specifically, these enhancements allow you to plan for the long-term as well as delegate work within the context of the team. These innovations come at a time when many organizations are struggling to control their chaotic ways of managing work.
To learn more about collaborative work management in invite you to read the Planview Solution Brief, Collaborate to Get Work Done.
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