Project Management Tools

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    What project management tools do you like/dislike when it comes to managing integrations and due diligence? I find that most platforms are good for task management but difficult for multiple stakeholders to collaborate and adopt. Thanks!


    My favorite tools are the ones that offer collaboration. Tools like Google suite, Jira, LucidChart have been great. The other consideration is that the teams have some familiarity and we have licenses to allow new users.

    Max Eager

    I highly recommend Asana for project management. It has proven to be a great tool for managing both integrations and due diligence. It allows you to create tasks, assign them to team members, set up timelines, and prioritize work. Additionally, its ability to leave comments on tasks facilitates discussion amongst multiple stakeholders. For document collaboration, Google Drive often suffices and integrates well with Asana.

    John Bankson

    I agree with SHurd and Max that the more collaborative, the better when it comes to PM tools. I’m fairly old school in that I tend to use the Microsoft suite (PPT and Excel) for the most part on my PM work, but I’m bumping this thread back to the top of the forum to see what other tools folks out there might use and like as I’m always looking to move to more efficient / cutting edge stuff. I’ve used SmartSheet some and I think it’s a great tool but curious to see what else others out there might like…??


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    I think Google Suite has some great tools, as well as Jira.

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