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Collaborative Work Management Tools


Collaborative work management is the process of controlling and supervising teamwork. Every project needs management so that the project will be completed on time and there are also savings of resources. However, it is not easy to look after many things such as manpower, material, and other essentials, so it is often not possible for one person. Here the need for software tools came in the seen, the collaborative work management tool is designed so that it saves energy and time and helps to complete the project on time. There are many types of collaborative work management software tools in the market, and each software provides different features.

· Personal To-Do Lists

Manage scheduled tasks and jobs assigned to a person.



o Todoist

o Wunderlist

· Shared Tasks and Activities

Teams can plan and schedule projects, assign tasks to users, create shared workspaces, and centralize communication.

o Wrike

o Office 365 Planner

o Asana

o HiTask

o dapulse

o Basecamp

o Trello

· Collaboration Tools with Agreed Methods

Can help coordinate communication and group work among users, but may lack more traditional project management capabilities.

o Yammer

o Chatter

o Slack

o SharePoint

o Jive

· Embedded Collaborative Work Management

May center around a specific application, such as content management or chat/messaging; however, these solutions likely have more traditional project management capabilities as well.

o Atlassian Confluence

o Redbooth

o Citrix Podio

o Samepage

· Agile Tools

An iterative approach to project management and software development that helps teams deliver value to their customers faster and with fewer headaches.

o AgileZen

o Pivotal Tracker

o LeanKit

o JIRA Agile

· PPM (Project Portfolio Management) Tools

Help teams prioritize and manage current projects and resources as well as future needs and demands

o Planview

o CA Technologies PPM

o Microsoft Project

o Changepoint

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