Get Connected with Central Desktop - July 2012

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In this monthly customer webinar, we chat about collaboration, answer your questions and highlight some things you may not know about using Central Desktop SocialBridge®.

This month’s topic: task management – part 2

Last month, we focused on project-management best practices. This month, we’re rolling up our sleeves and showing you how to do it with SocialBridge®. This webinar is geared to users who are new to our project-management capabilities and covers the basics:

- How to create milestones, task lists and tasks
- How to specify that one task happens before another
- How to use our built-in reports.

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Get Connected with Central Desktop - July 2012

  1. 1. Get ConnectedProjectManagementWorkspaceDate July 17, 2012#PMWithCD
  2. 2. Who are these people? Alan  Bush   Susan  Fujiki                       •  Implementa8on  Team   •  Implementa8on  Team   •  Central  Desktop   •  Central  Desktop   •  Former  Central  Desktop  user   •  Not  just  a  disembodied  voice          ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  3. 3. YOU?©2012  Central  Desktop  
  4. 4. Agenda •  Working  Session  –  Build  a  Workspace   •  Q&A   •  Community  conversa8on  ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  5. 5. What are these calls all about? •  Vibrant,  ac)ve  user  community   •  Conversa8ons     •  Highlight:  Central  Desktop  and  specific  customer(s)   •  Informal  dialogue:  between  all  customers©2012  Central  Desktop  
  6. 6. What these calls are NOT•  Not  a  sales  pitch.  We  won’t  try  to  sell  you  on   addi8onal  services  or  upgrades.  •  Not  a  forum  for  feature  requests.  Use  the   Ideasphere  ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  7. 7. “I have a question” •  If  you  have  a  ques8on,  ask  it   in  the  ques8on  box.   •  I  will  answer  ques8ons  aVer   the  best  prac8ces.   •  We  will  also  have  an  open   discussion  session  aVer  the   best  prac8ce  session.    ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  8. 8. Project  Management  Part  2:   WORKSPACE BUILDING SESSION©2012  Central  Desktop  
  9. 9. HYPOTHETICALLYSPEAKING, WHATIF SOMEONEWASN’T PAYINGANY ATTENTIONDURING THE LASTWEBINAR?©2012  Central  Desktop  
  10. 10. These elements make up Project Management •  Tasks are the individual steps •  Tasks live within Task Lists •  Task Lists can (but don’t have to) live within Milestones •  Milestones live within Workspaces©2012  Central  Desktop  
  11. 11. Some Projects are big, some are small. •  Milestones for Small Projects •  Workspaces for Big Projects©2012  Central  Desktop  
  12. 12. AND THEN WESPENT THE RESTOF THE HOURTALKING ABOUTYOUR PANTS©2012  Central  Desktop  
  13. 13. Project per Workspace means more granularity •  Granularity is great for establishing a more accurate estimate of project status •  We will be using this model for our work today©2012  Central  Desktop  
  14. 14. OK, GOT IT!LET’S DO THIS!©2012  Central  Desktop  
  15. 15. IT’S DEMO TIME!©2012  Central  Desktop  
  16. 16. ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  17. 17. “I have somethingawesome to say.” •  Raise  your  hand  if  you  want  to  par8cipate  in  the   discussion   •  We’ll  “call  on  you”  and  unmute  you   •  Chat  with  us   •  Chat  with  other  users  ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  18. 18. Thoughts? Tips? Tricks? COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS©2012  Central  Desktop  
  19. 19. Continue the Conversation•  User  Forums  •  Central  Desktop  Connec8ons  -­‐   Linkedin  •  Twi^er  #PMWithCD  ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  20. 20. Next meeting •  Meet  our  Award  Winning  Support  Team   •  We  want  your  submissions   •  Have  an  idea?  We’d  love  to  showcase  it!  ©2012  Central  Desktop  
  21. 21. CD MarketingCandiAnitaCD ImplementationServices TeamYou, our customers!©2012  Central  Desktop  
  22. 22. Contact us We don’t bite! Client  Services   626.689.4420   success@centraldesktop.com     Alan  Bush   210.767.3101   abush@centraldesktop.com   @alanbush     Susan  Fujiki   626.381.9362   sfujiki@centraldesktop.com   @seburrows    ©2012  Central  Desktop  

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