Changing Your Culture and Technology to Break Down Silos: The Stanley Black & Decker Story
By Monique Evans, Workfront System Analyst for the Global Customer Experience Group of Stanley Black & Decker
No matter where you are in your journey toward digital transformation, there’s always a way to improve and be better connected. Here’s our story of how we did just that at Stanley
7 Tried-and-True Solutions for Common Work Management Adoption Challenges
How to Successfully Scale Your Work Management Solution: An Equifax Success Story
Chances are that no matter where you work, you’ve experienced the hurdles that come with collaborating across various teams and departments. Each department uses different processes, protocols, and software systems to accomplish their work—and these disparate solutions and approaches don’t always
Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Needs Visionaries
By Michael Swan, Product Manager at Workfront
Digital transformation — the shift from analog information and manual processes to agile, data-driven business processes for efficiency and innovation — has revolutionized businesses in nearly every industry. There’s no question that digital
Demonstrate vs. Mandate: Finding the Best Way to Lead Organizational Change
By Matthew Broschinsky, Transformation Advisor at Workfront
Driving change within an organization is no easy feat, as I know from spending years consulting hands-on with various companies on expansion strategies, software adoption challenges, process optimization, governance, and more. Now I
Smart Disruption: Sustain and Disrupt Your Work the Right Way
By Kayla Lamoreaux, Lead, Principal Enterprise Solution Architect at Workfront
“Disruption is not just about technology changing; it is about changing the logic of a business.” — Stanford Professor William Barnett
The Modern Work Dilemma
Modern work innovation comes in two forms: sustaining
A People-First Approach to Managing Organizational Change
By Jake Wells, Senior Value Engineer at Workfront
You may have heard the oft-repeated statistic that 70% of change initiatives fail. While it is disputed by some, I think we can all attest that it’s a risky proposition to manage any widespread change in an organization, especially when it
6 Steps to Align your Business: Lessons From a 1,000-Mile Bike Tour
By Jessica Leauanae, Learning Program Manager at Workfront | Adapted from the Leap Dallas 2019 Presentation: "Who Do You Serve? How Good Leaders Align Stakeholder Interest"
A year ago I participated in my first-ever bicycle tour — the Tour De Provo Peloton. It was a 90-day race to see how
Got Momentum? 3 Essential Leadership Skills to Help You Execute with Speed
By Jordan Staples, Director of Modern Work Enablement at Workfront
History was made on May 5th, 1973, the 99th running of the Kentucky Derby. Secretariat’s chances of winning were in doubt, coming off a third-place finish two weeks earlier at the Wood Memorial Stakes.
Thirteen horses burst
How to Conquer Work Management on a Global Scale: Rose Hayes VP of Program Management at JLL
We spoke to Rose Hayes, VP of Program Management at JLL, at Leap 2019 — both on stage and behind the scenes. This piece presents key lessons in work management from those conversations.
As VP of Program Management at the real estate company JLL, Rose Hayes has worked all over the world. “I’ve
The 10 Essential Qualities of a Transformational Leader
By Scott Lee, VP of Product Marketing, and Jon Ogden, Senior Manager of Content Marketing
There’s a shift underway in how enterprises operate.
Just look at four basic elements of operations:
- Work execution
In many organizations today, leadership functions
How to Help People Find the Greatest Motivator in the Age of Modern Work
A Message From Alex Shootman, CEO at Workfront — Adapted From His Presentation at Leap.
On August 15, 2013, I received one of my most important lessons on the meaning of work, a lesson learned on a dirt road near Wolaita Sodo in the Southern Ethiopia. It had taken almost three hours to drive