Workfront Video Blog: How Enterprise Work Management Makes Teams More Productive

February 26, 2015 Joe Staples



Joe: For just about every business, trying to do more with less, or at least how to utilize the resources you already have, is a big challenge. Our studies show that employees are spending about 45 percent of their time on the work that they were actually hired to do. So what happens to that other time?

Well, it's what we call fake work, instead of real work. It's spent on things like useless meetings, interruptions, clearing out email inboxes.

So how do you get that time back? And what would happen if you got that time back? That's really when an enterprise work management solution can have a huge benefit for business. With an enterprise work management solution, you get a single repository for all work requests. They're managed. The requestors all get visibility. Work can be assigned to the right people. And instead of constant status updates, there's a single source for truth where the requestors can look, managers can look, and the employee can see what work is on their plate.

So it's through that that productivity can really soar.


To learn more about how enterprise work management can improve teams' productivity, click here.

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Joe Staples

Joe is a senior B2B tech marketing executive (former CMO at Workfront) with primary emphasis in SaaS, mar-tech, and customer experience sectors. He loves brand-building, demand generation, PR/AR, and creative campaign development and prides himself in providing a good blend of strategy and execution.

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