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Daniel's Take on Wrike's Content Team Deployment - Part 1


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    Jamie Adler

    Can't wait to follow along as you 'eat your own dog food' ๐Ÿคฃ

    I hope you'll be candid about the hurdles you encounter using Wrike so we can all commiserate and try to learn and improve the software, together.

    Our big hurdle in implementing so far: how to tie all the work efforts we do (down to each task) up to its strategic reason for existing?

    Every effort should be done because it ties to an objective of the organization, right? How do we make sure all we do ties to a Strategic Objective/Goalย AND report about it in a simple, clear way that rolls up to those, for management to get a sense of how it's going? We read up on OKRs, based on some of Wrike's info, but can't quite decide if an Objective is best setup as a Tag, a Folder, etc.given our goal of tracking so many tasks and projects by so many teams, but still roll them up in a meaningful on a Management dashboard.

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    Daniel Codella

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    Hi Jamie!ย 

    That is exactly my goal for this series, to share my honest thoughts and feelings as I go through a real deployment. I'm excited, but to be candid, there is a fair amount of nervousness in the mix as well. Being surrounded by so many product experts can be a little intimidating, and the app itself is so much more robust than what I've used in the past. Definitely check back for my next update!

    Regarding the hurdle you mention, I think this is a common one. I'll do my best to express how we're able to do this as we learn from our deployment team. I have a feeling we have many of the same needs as you, so hopefully, you can learn along with us!ย 

    Thank you for reading my post and for your thoughtful comment!


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