Articles, insights, and resources on people productivity, collaboration, and learning from Crucial Human
The ultimate pricing guide for project management software
We have compiled a list of the top project management platforms and provided an interactive calculator tool to help you compare pricing.
The difference between project management vs. product management
Project Management is the discipline of managing a project and seeing it through from beginning to end. Product Management is the discipline of managing a product from birth to market.
How to successfully onboard as a new remote employee
You have just been hired. But you're worried because you're fully remote joining an already established team. Here are some tips to help you onboard and ensure that you are fully integrated into your new team regardless of your location in the world.
Introducing Wall Templates for Stickies
We've made it even easier for you to get started with Stickies! Wall Templates lets you choose from a collection of templates like Kanban, content gallery, and project management.
Trello vs. Stickies
A comparison of features and capabilities between Trello and Stickies. Stickies is an versatile, visual way to organize and manage your work. It can be used in a variety of applications including project management, content curation, and collaboration.
It's not the productivity tool, it's you
There are thousands of books, websites, and tools that promise to get you organized and more productive, yet we still struggle to stay on the bandwagon. Why? Personal productivity is 10% the tool, 10% the methodology, and 80% your own will and commitment.
The exodus of workers and companies from coastal cities is an opportunity for small towns and cities
2021 - Broader towns and cities will be competing for remote workers, startups, and companies that are looking to relocate as 2020 has revealed that desk work can be done from anywhere.
Remote work is here to stay, but we need a middle ground
It’s not remote vs. in-office. It’s hybrid. Remote / hybrid work arrangements depend mostly on company or team culture, tooling, and options to come into the office on occasion.