6 Business Book Recommendations from Leaders at Workfront

It’s time for school to start again, which means it’s time for students to hit the books.

At Workfront, we value continual learning and consider reading to be a critical part of our culture. In this light, we’ve pulled together six business books, each recommended by a different leader here.

One Way to Get It Done and Do It Right: Pixar's Brain Trust

By Jon Ogden | Senior Manager, Content Marketing at Workfront


“When you say something, make sure you have said it,” wrote the author E.B. White. “The chances of your having said it are only fair.”

It’s a strange statement. How can you say something without saying it? And yet it happens all

How to Create a Contagious Workplace Culture

By Laura Butler, SVP of People and Culture at Workfront


A year and a half ago when I joined Workfront, our CEO Alex Shootman wanted to inject a couple of new behaviors into our culture. He was determined to create a contagious culture in our workplace.

Alex was appreciative of the difficulty

Personality Types and the Hollywood Model of Work

By Heather Hurst, Senior Director of Corporate Marketing


Do you sometimes wish you had a user’s manual for each of your colleagues, so you knew how best to communicate with them, what to say, what not to say, when to fight for an idea, when to back down? It’s hard enough to mesh personalities

9 Simple Tips for Giving Phenomenal Presentations

By Jon Hawkins | Manager, Sales Engineering


For many, the fear of public speaking is stronger than fear of death. People think I’m crazy when I say I’m not afraid of speaking in front of crowds, but it’s something that I just don’t mind doing. I’ll run from heights, snakes, or spiders, but put

Foolproof Work Management Practices for Agencies

Agency life is renowned for moving at breakneck speed. The whirlwind of scheduling meetings, updating processes, changing timelines, budgeting projects, and juggling clients means it’s all too easy for clients to become disenchanted and projects to spiral out of control. In fact, more than half of