ProjExec 7 is coming. If you are coming to IBM ConnectED 2015 next week, stop by booth S6 or come to SPOT 104: Lightning-Fast Development of Native Mobile Apps for IBM Connections and IBM Connections Cloud, where we will be discussing the next step for ProjExec – offline and mobile access from any mobile device. Here is […]
Social business applications seem to be crossing the chasm, and platforms such as IBM Connections are being enhanced with more and more applications, such as ProjExec. The realization that all business processes are social to some degree has become widely accepted, and the value that platforms like Connections provide by leveraging the power of the corporate social […]
As we’ve all heard, based upon Fred Brooks’ monumental book The Mythical Man-Month, when you add new people to a late project, it makes the project later. The basic premise that drives this “law” is that communications overhead and ramp up time for the new person(s) will reduce the productivity of the team, and make the […]
ProjExec and Trilog Group are featured in the November 2014 Special Issue of CIO Review on Project Management (for a PDF of the feature, click here). ProjExec is recognized as the leader in Social Project Management for the IBM Social Business environment. In this article, Alex Homsi, the President and Founder of Trilog Group discusses the […]
Michael Sampson has published a report on IBM Connections adoption and add-on products. In this report, he ranks Trilog Group the #2 ISV for IBM Connections, and ProjExec as the 4th most installed add-on product for IBM Connections. More evidence that Social Project Management is growing in importance and adoption. Check out the report here.
Welcome! We’ve moved our Project Wall blog to the Trilog Group site! We’ve also rededicated ourselves to providing new and valuable content to the social project management community. Stay tuned for the latest updates on where IBM and Trilog Group are going with their partnership for Social Project Management, and also for our new “secret” […]
Social Project Management is about engaging the team in collaboration around its project and project schedule. But what about disparate teams working on multiple projects on a program, or even multiple projects that are related only at a strategic-initiative level?
Think about your portfolios. Your portfolio of investments. Your portfolio of art. Your portfolio of achievements at work. These portfolios are personal. Where most enterprise project management applications fail is that they do not allow for the personal nature of portfolio management.