Reply To: Tracking Aids


Thant Coleman

I’m with Kara on this one and I would offer that the same tools are used everywhere. What would make a tool “better” or even “great” would be how a particular organization uses them.

The most common software tools are individual project management scheduling tool (MS-Project, Smartsheet, Excel and even enterprise program management software) and a team collaboration tool (Teams, Sharepoint, Slack and Chatter). The best implementations I’ve seen have workflows built in or have been implemented with an organization’s workflows in mind as this helps to ensure that standard steps are followed, reminders are automatic when tasks are assigned and approvals when required are documented.

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