We launched the Wrike Productivity Tour in March with the goal of giving both new Wrikers and power users the opportunity to learn from customers and internal Wrike experts. After stops in San Jose, Seattle, and Los Angeles, we wrapped up the first leg of our nationwide tour with a successful event in New York City.
The New York event featured great conversations, networking, and customer panels presented before a full crowd.
Customers Etsy, Gwynnie Bee, Mot...
If you've ever been stuck on trains, planes or automobiles wanting to read project or task details, jot down an idea that pops into your mind, or send a comment to a colleague, you will be excited to learn that the Wrike iOS app now has Offline Mode.
No matter where you are in the world, with Offline Mode for iOS, you can free yourself from your desk without losing access to your work. So go ahead and switch your phone into airplane mode to avoid angering your flight attendants, we've go...
It's no surprise that technology has changed the way we work. From taking notes and researching to shopping and video chatting with your pet while you're away, our way of life is nearly 100% reliant on the web.
So when Marissa Mayer infamously banned Yahoo employees from working from home in 2013, the working world was all asking the same question: are employees more or less productive when they work remotely?
In a study conducted by Nicholas Bloom and James Liang, comparing at-hom...
Do you know that feeling when creativity strikes? You feel inspired and passionate, and great work seems to just flow effortlessly from your fingertips. But, chances are, you’re also familiar with the other end of that spectrum. You feel totally stuck. The creative juices aren’t flowing and you feel like you don’t have a single nugget of inspiration to cling to.
Creativity can often feel impossible to grasp. When things are good, they’re really good. But when they’re bad, they’re downr...
Program manager vs. project manager — to understand how these two similar roles differ, you must first know the difference between programs and projects.
When a large project is made up of several other projects that are dependent on each other, it becomes something bigger — a program. Programs can become overwhelming and stressful for one person to manage, so delegating individual projects is often recommended. Outlining objectives, planning execution, managing operations, and reportin...
When it comes to planning your very first project, you may not know exactly where to begin. How do you accurately predict how long tasks will take? How do you translate stakeholder expectations into concrete deliverables? What if something goes wrong?
Just because you're a rookie project manager doesn't mean you can't execute like an all-star. Follow these six steps to create a foolproof project plan and lead your team with confidence.
Note: The specifics of how you'll plan your project...