Leap Day is exceptional. According to traditions of old, because of the day’s lack of legal status, it was a day that everything was turned on its head. Specifically, tradition holds that women were allowed to propose to men on Leap Day, rather than vice versa. Irish legend goes back to the 5th Century to say that St. Bridget complained to St. Patrick that some women waited too long for their sui ...[Read More]
We’ve recently shared a series on how to break through organizational bottlenecks to save companies time and money. You’ve heard how Pixelbrush, a web development agency, flips traditional timelines on their head with their new Daysite service, and how Exepron makes invisible constraints or bottlenecks “visible” with their project management software. In the finale of our t ...[Read More]
In part two of our three-part series on how to break through organizational bottlenecks, learn how project management software can make the invisible visible — decreasing production times and saving companies money. Q&A with John Thompson, Co-Founder & COO of Exepron, a project management software solution based on Eli Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints Q: Tell us about your backgroun ...[Read More]
If you could save your company money, complete projects ahead of time and increase profits, where would you need to focus? Do you know where your biggest bottlenecks or pain points are occurring — and better yet, how do you fix them? According to the Project Management Institute: — Organizations waste $109 million for every $1 billion invested in projects and programs. — In 2014, only half of proj ...[Read More]
The folks at Estately decided to try and figure out what people state-by-state were searching for Valentine’s gifts. And they’ve produced an interesting map to show for their efforts. Check out their original story here.