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What are the best tools for Project Management activities?
I am interesting in finding out what are the best tools for Project Managers :
- Boosting PM Presentation (Thinkcell...) but is there any other ones?
- Planning Project activities (MS Project...) but other great tools?
- Team collaboration (TEAMS, Klaxoon,...) but any other great tools?
- Vision communication (Mysimpleshow, Powtoon..) ?
- Ideation, creativity?

Thanks for your feedback
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"Best" has to be defined into a context. I can say that after using lot of tools from 1982 up to date. You can use paper for presentations, a blackboard for planning activities, phone for team collaboration, etc. Everything depends on the context. Some of the tools that some people considered obsolete are using today because things like the need of remote work.
Agree, Sergio! the context was not defined. In fact, we are in the field of vaccines clinical programs where target product being pretty well defined through TPP so work more around hybrids approaches (Waterfall & Agile). There is currently so many tools that I was wondering what efficient tools were generally used by PM in hybrids approaches and also in a remote environment. In a digital world, it is still interesting to find out about new tools accessible to PM.
If you are still on the lookout for a project management tool that can handle a hybrid approach, take a look at Teamhood - https://teamhood.com/use-cases/project-management/.
This SaaS mixes waterfall and Agile project management approaches to let you have the best of both worlds. Some of the features include: - Gantt chart,
- Kanban board,
- Agile estimations,
- Workload management,
- Time tracking,
- Automated reports, and more.
Hope this helps.
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1 reply by Ronan GUEVEL
Feb 05, 2022 1:25 PM
Ronan GUEVEL
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Thanks so much... Will have a look!
I agree with both Sergio and Dovile, that the mixing of tools is the best, and this will depend on the project type or situation.
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1 reply by Ronan GUEVEL
Feb 05, 2022 1:25 PM
Ronan GUEVEL
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Thanks Khaled! Much appreciated...
Feb 04, 2022 9:23 AM
Replying to Dovile Miseviciute
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If you are still on the lookout for a project management tool that can handle a hybrid approach, take a look at Teamhood - https://teamhood.com/use-cases/project-management/.
This SaaS mixes waterfall and Agile project management approaches to let you have the best of both worlds. Some of the features include: - Gantt chart,
- Kanban board,
- Agile estimations,
- Workload management,
- Time tracking,
- Automated reports, and more.
Hope this helps.
Thanks so much... Will have a look!
Feb 05, 2022 1:30 AM
Replying to Khaled Ktecha
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I agree with both Sergio and Dovile, that the mixing of tools is the best, and this will depend on the project type or situation.
Thanks Khaled! Much appreciated...
I like Asana and Trello more than MS Projects. I agree that Teams is great for collaboration. However, the others are correct, it depends on the needs of the organization and the project.
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1 reply by Ronan GUEVEL
Feb 07, 2022 2:23 AM
Ronan GUEVEL
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Thanks Angela!
Feb 06, 2022 4:05 PM
Replying to Angela Even
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I like Asana and Trello more than MS Projects. I agree that Teams is great for collaboration. However, the others are correct, it depends on the needs of the organization and the project.
Thanks Angela!
I say the best tools are the ones that are available to you and with which you are comfortable. In fact, learning how to use more than 20% of your current software's functionality can lead to great productivity and efficiency for very little money.
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1 reply by Ronan GUEVEL
Feb 10, 2022 1:03 PM
Ronan GUEVEL
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Thanks Stephane. Makes sense and agree that, most of people do not use the tools at their maximum and probably more at 5-10% if I consider MS Project.
Feb 09, 2022 2:09 PM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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I say the best tools are the ones that are available to you and with which you are comfortable. In fact, learning how to use more than 20% of your current software's functionality can lead to great productivity and efficiency for very little money.
Thanks Stephane. Makes sense and agree that, most of people do not use the tools at their maximum and probably more at 5-10% if I consider MS Project.
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