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This server was created to encourage and facilitate project management learning, knowledge sharing, problem solving, and networking with fellow project managers and those aspiring to be project managers.
This is a professional group where respect and acceptance of others is critical.
We have a growing number of channels to discuss specific topics in the sphere of the project management domain.
Discord is not just a place for the younger crowd, social chat can be a great place for those of us who are getting on in years. Don't let this stop you from engaging in a different way of communicating and contributing to the project management profession.
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I'm stepping into a leadership role in an academic setting where no project management tools have been used in the past but where I think it could really help our people and teams communicate and work together to accomplish tasks and projects more effectively. I've used Trello (small-group team management) and Todoist (personal task management) in the past, but I'm looking for more to help manage activities of an academic department.
Because price is a significant factor – especially in convincing a resource constrained organization to adopt something never tried before – I've been drawn to Infinity Project Management (StartInfinity.com). They launched about two years ago and have tried to build a flexible tool that provides Kanban, Gantt, calendar, list, table, and other ways to interact with projects and data. I'm generally impressed with how flexible it is to create filtered, individualized views of tasks and data, but