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Planview and Constellation Research Webinar to discuss collaboration tools and the future of work

On Dec. 3 at 10:00 a.m. CST/5:00 p.m. CET, Jason Morio, segment manager for Projectplace at Planview® and guest Alan Lepofsky, vice president and principal analyst of Constellation Research®, will present a free webinar on the future of work. The collaboration software experts will discuss how to overcome the shortcomings of legacy project management and the benefits of sharing work openly via tools that combine the strengths of project management and social task management.

Webinar Title: “The future of work is here

Topic: The goal of project management is to help teams organize and execute on the tasks needed to accomplish common goals. In the past, project members would have to switch between multiple tools to do this, but a new breed of social task management tools is bringing together the best of project management and collaboration to empower people to get work done together more effectively.

Alan Lepofsky: “Project/task management is certainly not a new area, but many of the tools and processes that organizations currently use were created years ago and lack the collaboration features that are common in today’s enterprise social networking platforms. These legacy tools suffer from a variety of shortcomings that can impede the successful completion of a project. […] Regardless of which style an organization chooses, a Social Task Management solution can improve the way people get their work done by helping employees organize their tasks and collaborate efficiently.” (“Getting Work Done Via Social Task Management,” Constellation Research)

Date and Time: Thursday, Dec. 3 at 10:00 a.m. CST – 5:00 p.m. CET


Constellation Research is an award-winning Silicon Valley business research and advisory firm that helps clients transform business models with disruptive technologies and progressive strategies. Constellation caters to early adopters, catalysts, and influencers. Learn more about Constellation at