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Social Project Management Vision Growing at #IBMConnect
Mon, Feb 1st 2016 10:31a   John Tripp
Here at #IBMConnect 2016, the vision for social project management is growing. Companies who have made investments in enterprise social platforms see that their key value generating activities – namely projects – need to be integrated with that platform. Disconnected Microsoft Project Server environments create silos of collaboration, silos of connection, silos of activity. ProjExec changes this – instead of silos, projects are integrated into the social fabric of the organizat
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Back in Orlando – Make Every Moment Count
Sun, Jan 31st 2016 8:13a   John Tripp
Today marks the kick off of #IBMConnect 2016 (i.e., IBM ConnectEd, i.e., Lotusphere). I’m glad to be back, even though the Hilton (as nice as it is) feels so foreign. This year’s tag line is “Make Every Moment Count”. This lends itself to imagery of taking action, moving quickly from one achievement to another, and getting things done (whether personally or professionally). IBM Connections’ promise is exactly that – to make every moment count, by linking tog
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ProjExec 6.2.1 – with support for IBM Connections 5.5 and Verse ships!
Fri, Jan 29th 2016 4:47p   John Tripp
ProjExec 6.2.1 shipped in Q4, 2016, and is now generally available. This release adds support for IBM Connections 5.5, as well as the IBM Verse Theme. ProjExec continues to be the only social project management that leverages companies’ IBM Connections investment. ProjExec integrates natively with IBM Connections on Premises, as well as on the IBM Smart Cloud for Social Business. For more information, contact sales@triloggroup.c&
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Come see Trilog Group at IBM Connect 2016!
Wed, Jan 13th 2016 4:56p   John Tripp
Trilog Group will be presenting at the IBM Connect conference January 31 – February 3. 2016. See ProjExec, the social project management solution that has supported true web-based socially enabled project planning and execution for more than a decade. Our “ahead of our time” vision is confirmed in Peter Taylor’s new book “The Social Project Manager“, which we will be giving away (multiple times) as a drawing during the conference. BIG news – We will be p
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Peter Taylor’s the Social Project Manager book confirms Trilog Group’s vision
Wed, Jan 13th 2016 4:20p   John Tripp
Peter Taylor (a.k.a. The Lazy PM) has a new book out, entitled “The Social Project Manager” is ready to be ordered at amazon.com.  In this book, for which Trilog Group contributed a chapter, Peter articulates his core definition of social project management: “Social project management is based upon the philosophy that, in order to be successful, most projects need the structure of a project plan together with suitable governance but with the value-add of the associated emergent co
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See ProjExec in Germany at Social Connections!
Wed, Oct 21st 2015 8:23p   John Tripp
See the latest in Social Project Management technology for your IBM collaboration environment. Join Trilog’s Premier Partner, Soluster at Social Connections 9, in Stuttgart, Germany. See you November 5th & 6th! See Soluster’s Value-Added ProjExec offering at http://www.project4connections.com/




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