Every business owner wants to run a productive organization, but that’s often easier said than done. After all, productivity isn’t just some vague concept—it’s the result of many variables being carefully controlled all at once. If you want to make your business more productive, you can’t just will it into being so. Instead, you’ll have to improve the way you manage multiple projects and with that–multiple tasks.
There’s an alphabet soup of project management tools from Asana to Zendesk out there and a neverending list of methodologies and certifications from Agile, PMP, PRINCE2 to Scrum and Kanban.
It seems like project management is getting more and more centralized, relying on proprietary tools and rigid methodologies that make things more complicated than they have to be.
Google has come a long way from the days when it was just a simple search engine. First, there was Gmail (remember when you had to be invited to have an account?), then Google Calendar, and next Google Docs — now it seems as though Google practically has an app for everything.
However, despite the many functions of various Google-based apps, it can still be difficult to coordinate the work you do with different programs. That’s why project management software with Google integrations is the key to keeping all of your Google-needs in one place.
Have you ever found yourself struggling to find the right project management software for your team? Sure, there’s a lot of options on the market—but at the end of the day there doesn’t seem to be a single tool that works for your whole team or, even worse, the software is too difficult to learn.
Have you ever felt like your company is struggling to meet deadlines? Or maybe with each project, you spend more resources completing tasks than building revenue? You aren’t alone, a Gallup study showed that only 2.5% of companies finish 100% of their projects.