Project Management via The Venus Project

A lot of people have ideas or things they want to work on: “projects,” but are unsure if there are any tools out there that can help them collaborate with other people, and to work on their ideas. Part of free speech, and being who you want is to not just talk about things, but to do stuff once that talk is over. If that happens, then these project tools might help you do that.

As you work with other people, they might share other useful tools that can be a great help for your project. These links give you a chance to get started on your project, and to find useful ways to collaborate with people.

“Communication, document management, project management and other forms of collaboration.” Via The Venus Project. You don’t need to know what The Venus Project is, but they are a global organization that works with volunteers all over the world. So they should provide some really useful tools for those who like to work on projects.

Sometimes like Gharr, the The Venus Project volunteers work on their own projects, but can still use the information from The Venus Project website, like is done here now.

Gharr likes The Venus Project, and does do volunteer work for them. Check out Gharrs short bio for more.

🌎 Gharr’s Short Bio [bio]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-1xM

☆ Here is a direct link to The Venus Project (it may have its information updated without notice): https://www.thevenusproject.com/become-a-volunteer/tools-for-volunteers/ ❧ accessed 2017

If you feel shy, and don’t want to visit the website for some reason, here is the “communication, document management, project management” and other forms of collaboration tools listed—anyone is allowed to use them (but each software-tool may each have their own terms, and conditions that you have to read).

Tools for project management, and collaboration list that was made in 2017.

“Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way. ”

“When your team needs to kick off a project, hire a new employee, deploy some code, review a sales contract, finalize next year’s budget, measure an A/B test, plan your next office opening, and more, Slack has you covered.”

Make online Mind-Maps

Flow charts (what are they? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flowchart)

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