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Efficient resource management can do a lot for your business. It leads the way for your team. That's why we wrote about the mistakes you might be making in resource management that could be hurting your business.
via Facebook at 18/01/2018 12:19
Five tips how to successfully take over an existing project that's being assigned to you: https://www.ganttic.com/blog/how-to-successfully-take-over-existing-project-2
via Facebook at 08/01/2018 13:58
We are kicking the year off with yet another case study. This time we investigated how Ab Ovo is using the resource planning tool. They say that Ganttic is easy to use. They love that Ganttic is a visual tool. Custom data fields are their ride or die feature. Read the full case study: https://www.ganttic.com/blog/case-study-how-ab-ovo-is-using-ganttic-for-high-level-visual-resource-planning
via Facebook at 02/01/2018 12:04
Did you know that although about a half of us make New Year's resolutions, only 8% of the resolutions made on that blissful eve actually get fulfilled? Since we want you to be the 8% that actually succeeds, we came up with 5 resolutions to make why you should make them and the way you can fulfill them: https://www.ganttic.com/blog/5-new-year-s-resolutions-for-managers
via Facebook at 29/12/2017 12:50
Was there a birthday? There was. Did Anna-Kati bring a cake? She did. Was it her birthday? It wasn't. Did she eat it anyway since the birthday boy didn't bother to come in? Perhaps. Happy birthday Karl! Hope your day was as good as the cake!
via Facebook at 28/12/2017 12:52
If you want that sweet long holiday weekend to start a bit sooner, follow Karl's lead. Take a nap in the office!
via Facebook at 22/12/2017 13:19
Innopolis Engineering is using Ganttic for resources planning. They started out with Excel but as their business grew, they found them in a situation where spreadsheets just weren't enough anymore. Find out how Ganttic solved the problems they faced and get some resource planning tips from the man that is known as "The Ganttic Guy" in their office.
via Facebook at 18/12/2017 12:08
If you group your resources by projects, you get to see something we have been working on. What do you think? If you collapse all your projects, you'll see where on the timeline your resources are the busiest and when you'll have some space to squeeze in another project.
via Facebook at 06/12/2017 12:13
The case of Rainer not bothering to come in on his birthday.
via Facebook at 01/12/2017 13:20