I am an IT professional in public education and have been using Wrike for nearly 4-years. We have really ramped up our use of Wrike and have woven it into the culture of our admin team. We find Wrike to be the perfect tool for managing district goals. The goals are the result of a comprehensive plan spanning multiple years. This goal format (which is extensive) has become a blueprint we will reuse for years to come. Why do I bring this up? Project management spans many industries including where we send our children to school. Where else might we see the need to manage projects that we do not often think of?