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Published by Daria | Thursday, 19 November, 2009We’re thrilled to let you know that the Project Management 2.0 blog written by Wrike’s CEO and founder, Andrew Filev, made it to the project management short list of the ComputerWeekly.com IT Blog Awards! The Project Management 2.0 blog is a marketing-free space, where its author shares his views on how the present project management space is transformed by the influence of Web 2.0 technologies, like blogs, wikis, social networks and collaboration apps, as well as practices like collective intelligence. It’s great to see that ideas expressed in the blog were acknowledged by such an influential entity as ComputerWeekly.com.
The event organizers wanted the ComputerWeekly.com IT Blog Awards to help professionals from IT and other industries find the best authors, sharing their real-life experiences and useful tips. That’s why they involved the blogs’ readers in choosing the best blogs. We’re honored that the Project Management 2.0 blog was chosen to be among the most valuable blogs in the project management field. Now you can help it get to the top of the list! Go to the ComputerWeekly.com IT Blog Awards and vote for Project Management 2.0 now!
Published by Daria | Monday, 06 October, 2008Two articles by Andrew Filev, the founder and CEO of Wrike, Inc., were published on the reputable project management resource site ProjectSmart.co.uk. The focus of the site is on exploring the recent trends and developments in project management. ProjectSmart.co.uk. features articles, whitepapers, templates, updates on events for project managers and other useful information.
In his articles, Andrew discussed trends like the role of collective intelligence in contemporary project management and the new emerging approach to managing projects, known as Project Management 2.0.
Published by Daria | Thursday, 18 September, 2008Wrike's founder, Andrew Filev, is an expert in project management with about 8 years of experience in leading global software development teams. At the same time, Andrew is keen on innovating the project management sphere. That's why many authoritative project management institutions and resource centers are willing to find out his opinion on hot project management topics.
This time, Andrew was invited to write for The Project Management Hut. PMHut is a remarkable online collection of articles, covering the whole process of managing a project, from initiation to closure, including all the necessary templates. The posts are written by elite project managers. The site is an excellent resource for any project manager who wants to "get the project done." This week, PMHut featured Andrew's article on the characteristics of an ideal project management tool. Will there be such a tool? And if yes, what would it look like? Find out by reading Andrew Filev's article at PMHut.com
Published by Daria Petrova | Sunday, 17 August, 2008Collective intelligence, emergent structures, Enterprise 2.0 … What are these things, and how can they help you manage your projects? Wrike's founder, Andrew Filev, explains the answers in his interview with the reputable blogger and veteran project manager Bas de Baar. The conversation covers the hottest project management topics and will make interesting and useful reading not only for project managers, but also to everybody who is involved in this sphere.
Published by Daria | Thursday, 14 August, 2008Office 2.0 Conference for the second time. The conference will be held in San Francisco on September 3-5, 2008. The event gathers the most influential business and technology thinkers, who discuss the future of online productivity and collaboration, and share their ideas on the implementation of the Office 2.0 technologies in different business spheres.
The conference is always a refreshing experience for those who are open to new ways of making a business more productive. Here is the perfect place for you to learn about new, emerging organizing principles and how to create a strategy around them for your company.
There is a terrific set of speakers, including keynotes from David Allen, the creator of the popular Getting Things Done methodology; Dr. Sukh Grewal, manager of GE’s support central, collaboration environment; Oliver Marks, an expert in effective planning of Enterprise 2.0 strategy; Robert Scoble, the famous technology blogger, and many others. Wrike’s founder will be one of the participants in the Project Management 2.0 panel there. He will present his ideas on innovations brought by the Enterprise 2.0 technologies to project management. You can also read Andrew’s thoughts about Project Management 2.0 in his professional blog.
Published by Daria | Thursday, 10 July, 2008What project management style do you apply to your projects? Is your project management all about command and control? Do you encourage your employees to proactively contribute to the project development?
Both approaches to project management may have their pitfalls. Perhaps the best way to manage your projects and business would be to use a hybrid method, which takes the best features from the two approaches. Learn more about leveraging the two approaches by reading Andrew Filev's article published in the influential Web 2.0 Journal.
Published by Daria | Friday, 06 June, 2008Cutter IT Journal is one of the most authoritative media outlets on information technology and its development. The magazine is a part of the Cutter Consortium, a global IT advisory firm, helping organizations forge solutions to the business technology challenges they face. The Cutter Consortium is a completely independent entity that advances the thinking in the field by fostering debate and collaboration between thought leaders from different domains, countries and disciplines.
This time, the focus of the debate was the emerging, innovative approach to project management known as Project Management 2.0. The issue dedicated to this extremely interesting topic included articles by experienced project managers and influential researchers and analysts, including Andrew Filev, the CEO and founder of Wrike. Andrew's article Discovering the Benefits of Project Management 2.0 investigated in depth the roots and the effects of the new wave in the project management discipline. The full article is available on Cutter's site.