Task Management vs. Project Management – What’s the Difference?

Whatever you do in your professional life, going to work is all about getting things done. While both project management and task management are designed to focus your efforts towards what matters most for your organization, there is often confusion between the two. This blog post will help you identify…Read More

Facebook Live Recap: Feature Updates Keep Coming from Thryv

In our final Facebook Live of 2020, our product team took us through some of Thryv’s most recent enhancements that make payments, appointment scheduling and packages easier than ever. Wrapping up last week’s live stream, we provided a sneak peek of the updates that are coming to Thryv’s end-to-end customer…Read More

Master Project Management with the Critical Path Method

Project management requires a wide spectrum of skills, organizational abilities, and attention to detail to make sure everything moves forward according to plan. A good project manager is able to keep all the plates spinning in sync while making it appear effortless at the same time. However, the more plates…Read More

Stats Life: Introducing our Updated Reports Feature

It’s here! Recently, we’ve been working hard on a number of important updates to the existing statistics and reports feature in MeisterTask, and we’re absolutely delighted with the results. Read on to find out how this powerful upgrade can add a statistics-driven dimension to your task management experience.  We know,…Read More

Become a Lean Machine With These Top 8 Lean Tools (Free Templates)

Studies show that moving towards a leaner business model can improve productivity by up to 25%, increase stock turnover by 33%, and increase on-time delivery by 26%. The recognized benefits of being lean are only accumulating, with more and more studies advocating lean approaches in business for both economical and…Read More

Write a Successful Project Charter With Our Project Charter Template

70% of projects fail, and the cost of this failure is a staggering $50-75 million. Project breakdown can be mitigated via a project charter, and in this article, we at Process Street will show you how. By following our Project Charter Template, you will target project failure from the root.…Read More

Forget batch work. Continuous flow is your ticket to a more efficient way of working

When car magnate Henry Ford famously said ‘you can have any color, so long as it’s black,’ he inadvertently highlighted a big issue with batch manufacturing: You work on a specific thing, or type of thing, until it’s ready, then deliver it to the customer.This may sound efficient, but in…Read More

How to Prevent Project Failure With a Risk Register

What do professional skydivers and successful project managers have in common? They both identify, assess, and plan for risks. Skydivers look at the conditions, equipment, and capabilities before, during, and after they jump out of planes. Project managers look at the conditions, equipment, and capabilities before, during, and after projects.…Read More

How OKRs Can Help Project Teams Get Up to Speed After Lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic forced organizations to transform their operations during the first six months of 2020, with lockdowns and social distancing rules driving a massive shift from centralized office working to remote working, affecting teams across all departments and putting many projects on hold. Moving into the second half of…Read More

Everything you need to know about heijunka, a Lean Management essential

Every business wants to reduce waste. When it comes to methodologies for achieving this, Japan is something of a trailblazer. Specifically, the iconic car manufacturer, Toyota.Heijunka (pronounced hi-JUNE-kuh) is, roughly translated, the Japanese word for ‘leveling.’ It describes a process designed to help businesses reduce waste while continually meeting demand.…Read More