A simple “thank you” can truly go a long way. Whether it’s a private Slack message, a public shout-out, or a small gift of recognition, the act of showing gratitude can lift anyone's spirits. As you close out an exciting week, quarter, or year with your team, you hopefully feel #blessed 🙏 for the hard work they put in every day. But it's important to remember that feeling blessed and expressing gratitude are two different things.
According to Deloitte, this year’s retail holiday sales are expected to increase between 4% and 6%, compared to the 2021 season—holiday sales will reach $1.45 to $1.47 trillion. Deloitte also projects e-commerce holiday sales will grow 12.8% to 14.3%, compared to last year. And although some shoppers may not have as much discretionary income as others, customers are still going to make cash registers ring with holiday cheer.
The solution to collaboration challenges often lies in work management tools—especially as more employees are working across the globe in different time zones. But how do you choose the right tool for your org? Atlassian and Foundry Research teamed up to survey enterprise and IT decision-makers across the globe and found the answer.
Family and friends ask, “How was your day?” or “How was work?” and instinctively, it’s easy to answer with “Good.” But was it actually good? What is a good day? Did you make it “good” or was it just another day where nothing went wrong? As an early career-er, I’ve decided to prioritize finding joy and creating balance in my work days so when people ask how my day was, I can confidently say I had a genuinely good day.
There are many project management tools and productivity apps on the market, but two tools tend to dominate the space: Trello and Notion. How do you know which one is best for your team? You’ll have to decide that for yourself (although the correct answer is Trello Enterprise). Sure, we're a bit biased when it comes to the Trello vs Notion question—but dollar for dollar, Trello has more power, more features, and more to offer your organization.
Two new additions to Trello views makes them even more powerful! We are excited to introduce a new look to the views switcher plus an entirely new view: the Table at the single board level. Let's start with a refresh: Trello views make it easier for you to visualize and manage your work in Trello beyond the board itself. Calendar, Table, Timeline, Dashboard, and Map views give you more options for planning team work and exposing dependencies, risks, and tasks.
With unlimited resources, life's a breeze. There’s never a deadline, never a budget, and never a ceiling of energy that constrains your ability to get things done. The trick of being a project manager, of course, is that unlimited resources only exist in video games with cheat codes. But this is real life. And in real life, resources are finite.