2020 - a year that kept us all busy. Once again, we take you on a little review of which topics interested you the most this year. We show you your top 10 favorite topics in 2020 on the InLoox blog.
Best of 2020: Presenting Your 10 Favorite Blog Posts This Year!Annalena Simonis, Wednesday 16 December 2020 | Reading time: 6 min.
It has become a tradition by now. Right on time for the end of the year, we present you for the fifth time a review of what has kept you, us and the project management industry busy in the past year. 2020 was a very special year that challenged all of us. Old, entrenched work structures had to be reconsidered within a very short period of time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Working from home faced employees as well as companies with major challenges. This process can also be recognized in this year's top 10 article list. Home office and virtual collaboration are the most frequently read categories. Despite major changes this year, however, topics such as agile working or project management basics remain relevant. This trend also illustrates the situation: standing still can be dangerous; even within a crisis, things must keep moving forward. Let's now take a look at the top 10 blog posts on the InLoox blog in 2020. These were your favorite topics:
2020 also brought some changes for our products. This post introduces the new look of InLoox Web App and explains the new notification features for Enterprise users.
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The new InLoox integration with Microsoft Teams offers you a completely new way of collaboration. Find out how to manage your projects in real time via the communication platform.
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Online project management anytime & anywhere? This is now possible for everyone! With our InLoox now! Starter Edition you can immediately get started with flexible project management - for free! Learn more about the features and possibilities of our new InLoox edition in this article.
Our home office series summarizes the most common 6 pitfalls that make working from home difficult. In the third article of this series, you will find tips on how to maintain your daily routines and stay physically active during your workday when working from home.
The first part of our home office series clarifies the advantages and disadvantages of working from home. We also present the first two typical mistakes that you should avoid when working from home: Less communication and social isolation.
This arcitle illustrates how important daily communication is when you're working in distributed teams. We show you how to keep your digital team motivated and focused with the help of a short 15-minute meeting each day.
The COVID-19 pandemic complicates the daily work of all of us. During these times, we need clear and secure leadership. In our article, we explain how you as a supervisor can be a role model for your team members during the crisis.
Agile or classic? This is probably the question that still occupies most project managers today. The blog post discusses the characteristics of those two different PM approaches and provides an infographic with a questionnaire. The questionnaire supports you in your decision-making process.
We are excited about what 2021 will bring. We are already seeing the first changes, such as even faster digitization, especially in collaboration. How will the COVID-19 pandemic shape the industry? What risks will arise from the crisis? These are all questions we want to address in 2021 as well. Of course, we also welcome your feedback. If you have any suggestions, comments or constructive criticism to share with us, please write to us. We look forward to reading from you.