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Project Management

INFOGRAPHIC: Trello vs. Asana vs. Basecamp

Project management tools keep teams and individuals on track. They help us organize chaos and minutiae. And they free our brains to focus on quality, creativity and comprehensiveness in our execution of projects. Three project management tools dominate the startup market. Choosing the right project management tool, whether for its framework, feature set or pricing, is critical. Perhaps even more critical is the discipline of adoption.“We’ve changed project management tools a ...

Basecamp Review: High Function + Low Frills

In my experience, a lot of project management systems don’t get wide company adoption. But Basecamp is super simple and super easy to start using. The learning curve and onboarding curve is really quick. We don’t want to spend a lot of time training employees and Basecamp is the best way to onboard. I’ve used 10 different project management tools over the past 5 years, and Basecamp is the most simple tool for project management. It gets the job done without any extra frills....

Asana Review: Checklist on Steroids

With 1 out of 5 startups using Asana, it's one of the most popular project management and productivity tools among startups. The driving force behind its inception in 2008 was actually the productivity needs on teams at Facebook. Ipso facto, use Asana and achieve wild success.Asana: move work forward“Asana is amazing! I can’t live without Asana ... It’s a really good to-do list. It allows you to collaborate really easily for attachments and notifications. I love their U...