Break It Down: How Leaders Can Inspire Belief in Pragmatists and Dreamers

By Alex Shootman, CEO of Workfront

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“Dollars aside, the most important question in business is ‘Do you believe this or not?’ As a leader, if you don’t have believers, don’t bother.”

So says Josh Gooch of JetBlue, a company that believes in reinventing the air travel experience for passengers —

How Millennials View Work: 9 Stats

Highlights:

  • On average, Millennials say they spend ~15 hours of a 40-hour workweek on their primary job duties.

  • 62% say they’re so swamped with getting day-to-day work done they don’t have time to think beyond their daily to-do list.

  • 51% are requesting more tools to manage their work.

6 Reasons Multitasking Hurts Your Brain

By Shelbi Gomez | Senior Communications Manager at Workfront

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There’s a scene in Arrested Development where an unconventional couple discusses the possibility of an open relationship. Tobias, a former therapist, mentions he had counseled couples in exactly that situation. His wife, Lindsay,

6 Ways Work Management Tools Would Have Ruined Parks & Rec

By Heather Hurst | Senior Director of Corporate Marketing at Workfront

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Hi, I’m Heather Hurst, and this is a blog post. In this introduction, I would like to introduce the topic of my blog post, and that topic is: what would have happened to the Parks & Rec team if they had access to modern

3 Reasons Why Team Visibility Is Essential for Growth

Think about your business — what’s important to you? No matter your company or industry, your clients, employees, and product or service most likely come to mind. For these elements to mesh cohesively, you need a team that works together just as well. And for this to happen, you need visibility into

3 Reasons Why Team Visibility Is Essential for Growth

Think about your business — what’s important to you? No matter your company or industry, your clients, employees, and product or service most likely come to mind. For these elements to mesh cohesively, you need a team that works together just as well. And for this to happen, you need visibility into

The State of Work Report 2019

More than ever, work is in flux. Each year brings a slew of new business apps — technology that replaces outdated solutions such as filing cabinets and spreadsheets. This transformation brings many upsides in the form of increased automation, but it also comes with a new set of problems in the form

2018-2019 State of Work: Sneak Peek

What gets in the way of your work most often?

What is the most common source of conflict at work?

What percentage of the day-to-day aspects of your job is automated?

Would you rather forget to brush your teeth or get 50 pointless emails?

Do you consider yourself an accidental project manager?

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The Future of Work and How Your Digital Transformation Can Succeed

By Scott Lee | VP of Product Marketing at Workfront

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Four years ago, my family and I took our first trip to Disneyland — the “happiest place on earth.”

Our planning started on Google, where we looked for the best prices and found expert tips on where to stay and what to avoid. We then bought