Lessons About the Future of Work from Accenture
When we talk about the digital revolution and the future of work, we often focus on cutting-edge tech companies, software providers, and other organizations that are firmly situated in the realm of “knowledge work.” But as argued in a recent series of articles from global management consulting and
4 Crucial Strategies for CIOs During a Digital Transformation
We at Workfront engage with chief information officers all the time, and we see firsthand the exciting but challenging role CIOs occupy today as they work to change the world through strategic deployment of technology. As CIO Review has put it: “Information and the interactions around it have become
4 Universal Laws of Leadership Every Leader Needs to Know
By Scott Duehlmeier | Senior Communications Manager
Spread throughout the pages of Alex Shootman’s book Done Right: How Tomorrow's Top Leaders Get Work Done you’ll find a handful of truth bombs he calls “Shootman’s Laws of Leadership.” You’re welcome to gather these nuggets of wisdom by
Leap 2019 Second Half Highlights
More than 2,000 work management leaders attended the Workfront Leap 2019 Conference this week in Dallas, TX. The conference celebrates leaders who are transforming their teams, their companies, and even whole industries. Leap 2019 features nearly 200 sessions led by more than 150 presenters, along
Leap 2019 First Half Highlights
More than 2,000 work management leaders are attending the Workfront Leap 2019 Conference this week in Dallas, TX. The conference celebrates leaders who are transforming their teams, their companies, and even whole industries. Leap 2019 features nearly 200 sessions led by more than 150 presenters,
Leaders in Modern Work: How the Workfront Lion Award Finalists Became Finalists
The rules of work management are changing. And Workfront customers are often the ones writing them.
That’s exactly why we created the Lion Awards — to showcase the groundbreaking work that Workfront customers are doing to transform work management within their organization. Winners will be
Advice from a Work Management Expert: Mary Ann Erickson, Workflow Systems Engineer at Allianz Partners
Join us at Leap 2019 in Dallas, Texas to hear Mary Ann Erickson present about best practices for implementing work management. Daniel Pink, author of Drive, and Keith Ferrazzi, author of Never Eat Alone will keynote.
Mary Ann Erickson is the Workflow Systems Engineer for Allianz Partners, a
9 Ways You Can Use Workflow Automation to Combat Human Error
“To err is human,” wrote 18th-century English poet Alexander Pope.
Nowhere is this truth more apparent than in the modern enterprise. Despite our capacity for altruism and creativity, we humans also tend to mess things up on a fairly regular basis.
We commit minor foibles like getting distracted
Integrating Empathy at Work: An Interview With Brian Carroll, Founder of Markempa
This post is part of our ongoing interview series with masters of modern work.
Brian Carroll, founder of Markempa, has been interested in empathy since the start of his career.
He was a sales development rep doing cold calls to sales managers, and he was struggling to get appointments. He
What Is a Digital Content Hub and Why Is it Important?
Managing digital content across all the phases of work, whether in progress or finalized, has traditionally been an intimidating challenge often avoided altogether. But there’s no dodging the reality: Asset management is critical, and it literally pays for a business to responsibly manage its
An Undervalued Work Management Strategy: Listening
Up and down Utah’s Wasatch Front, where Workfront is headquartered, a series of billboards featuring oversize images of human ears have assaulted the eyes of those who travel I-15 for years.
“We Hear You” is the slogan of local car dealer Ken Garff, and they have extended the visual metaphor almost
Collaborative Leadership: The Foundation of Modern Work Management
By Jon Ogden | Senior Manager of Content Marketing at Workfront
It was the early 1980s, and Intel was bleeding money. Memory chips — the staple of their business for more than a decade — had become an insanely competitive market. They weren't keeping pace.
As a result, they had to make a