How to win at remote project management

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 19-Jun-2017 08:00:00

If you didn’t know already, the days of having all of your project team in the same office are long gone. With the rise of the digital workplace, this isn’t too much of a surprise.

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Topics: business file sharing, improving productivity, project management, agile working,, online collaboration, digital workplace, remote working

Rating Columns in Kahootz

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 12-Jun-2017 08:00:00

Our new rating column type is great if you’re looking for quick and simple feedback on database entries.

For example, you might want to use a database for ideation, by encouraging team members to submit their ideas and allowing your entire team to rate each idea individually.

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Topics: software updates, hints and tips

9 project management experts that you should follow on Twitter

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 30-May-2017 08:00:00

If you were to do a quick search on Google or on social media, you will find many people claiming to be experts in project management.

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Topics: project management

3 ways Kahootz provides the perfect platform for collaborative working

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 22-May-2017 08:00:00


Collaboration enables individuals to work together to achieve a desired goal.

But is it being practiced regularly within organisations? The statistics suggest not. In fact, 39% of employees say people in their organisation don't collaborate enough.

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Topics: collaboration tools, project management, online collaboration, digital workplace, remote working

An introduction to Kahootz databases

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 15-May-2017 08:00:00

Kahootz databases let you create and share simple lists or more complex tables of information.

This blog post will introduce some of their key functions that will allow you to collaborate more effectively.

Once used, you will wonder how you shared records and lists without them.

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Topics: software updates, hints and tips

An overview of a typical project management hierarchy

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 08-May-2017 08:00:00

In life, there are some people that like structure and some that don’t. If you’re not a fan of structure, then project management probably isn’t for you.

In order for your project to run like clockwork, there needs to be a clear hierarchy in place in order for key tasks and responsibilities to be delegated correctly.

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Topics: project management

4 key takeaways from Government Computing Conference 2017

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 03-May-2017 09:28:54

On the 27th April 2017, Government Computing hosted their annual conference in London with a focus on digital transformation in the public sector.

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Topics: public sector, collaboration tools, stakeholder engagement, central government, cloud collaboration, healthcare, online collaboration, digital workplace

11 common mistakes in project management

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 24-Apr-2017 08:00:00

Mistakes happen in every walk of life. At work, at home, during projects. You wouldn’t be human if you didn’t make them!

As we all know, it’s how you respond to these mishaps that’s important. In fact, one study has suggested that mistakes can make you smarter and that the way you react makes a big difference in whether you learn from them or not.

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Topics: collaboration tools, stakeholder engagement, project management, online collaboration, digital workplace

Mobile working with Kahootz

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 17-Apr-2017 08:00:00

We often get asked if there are mobile apps for accessing Kahootz, and the simple answer is no – there doesn’t need to be.

Kahootz enables mobile working on a wide variety of devices without the need for a special app.

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Topics: collaboration tools, cloud collaboration, online collaboration, digital workplace, hints and tips, remote working

3 ways managing project risks can suck the life out of you

Posted by Niall Sullivan on 10-Apr-2017 08:00:00

In every project that you’re involved in, there are plenty of risks that you need to consider. By not planning ahead, your project will most likely end in failure. But you knew that already right?

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Topics: stakeholder engagement, project management