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    SharePoint has been an indispensable tool in project work for over ten years now and supports many project management activities. Microsoft Teams was launched in 2017 as a competitor to other successful collaboration products like Asana, Slack or Zoom and has since then successfully established itself—especially in project teams. What many don’t know is that Teams is closely connected with [more ...]
  • Why You Should Stay Away From Folders in SharePoint Online
    Colleagues in our company often ask me why I recommend using metadata over managing folders and sub-folders in a SharePoint document library. I have been using SharePoint for many years now in projects and programs and for this question I have a good response. This article answers this question and offers you an overview of the advantages of tagging documents and list entries with metadata versus [more ...]
  • How to Create a Risk Log in SharePoint Online
    Risk management is a central activity in project management, but is unfortunately often neglected. Projects fail because of risks that are discovered too late, ignored or simply not sought. Risk management is not complex but is hard work and the most important thing: it must be done with conviction. Software such as Excel or SharePoint can help you document and communicate risks throughout the [more ...]
  • Why You Should Have an Issue Log in Your ProjectWhy You Should Have an Issue Log in Your Project
    Do you have an Issue Log in your project and do you use it consistently? In my view, the Issue Log is one of the most neglected or underestimated tools in project management. The Issue Log is not just a simple list of issues, but behind it is a management culture of how you handle issues in your project. If you want to know what exactly an Issue Log is, how to apply it, its benefits and how to [more ...]

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A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.”

(Eric Ries)

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