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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

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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

10 disadvantages of poor performance management

10 disadvantages of poor performance management

You know about the advantages of having a strong continuous performance management system—it helps align and track measurable goals, creates an ongoing feedback loop for coaching, and boosts engagement through recognition—but are there any disadvantages to not having ongoing performance management?

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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:

  • Leadership
  • Outcomes
  • Work execution
  • Cadence

In many organizations today, leadership

The history of performance management

The history of performance management

Nowadays, many organizations have figured out the secret to modern performance management. Between setting clear goals, creating an ongoing feedback loop between leaders and their teams, and offering development opportunities, companies can take a robust approach to performance management and

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5 Ways to Improve Corporate Culture Using Modern Work Management Tools

By John Schefer, Account Executive at Workfront


“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” said one of the most influential management consultants of all time, Peter Drucker. Or at least Mark Fields said he said it. This was 2006, before Fields went on to become chief executive of Ford motor