The State of Project Collaboration Software in 2020

The State of Project Collaboration Software in 2020: Slack, Teams, G Chat, and now P2

Automattic, the company that manages the open source software, WordPress.org, recently launched P2, its version of project collaboration software for the Remote Work Age. Timely, considering the state of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it also provides commentary on the state of project management today. My reading of the tea leaves is that there are still challenges organizations–from small businesses to large enterprises–are facing in finding the right principles and tools to manage and collaborate effectively on projects and programs both internally and externally. Today, we’re going to discuss the state of project collaboration software in 2020…from Microsoft Teams to Slack and Google Chat to Asana and Trello…and now, P2.

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Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

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