New Report: Getting Work Done Via Social Task Management

October 2 2012 08:00:00 AM Comments Disabled
I'm pleased to announce the release of my latest research report, Getting Work Done With Social Task Management. This document provides an introduction to this emerging market, where traditional project management tools are augmented with social networking features to enable teams to work together more effectively.

Social Task Management

The report is divided into the following sections:
  • Traditional Project Management Fails to Meet the Needs of Today’s Social Era
  • Project Workflow in a Pre-Social World
  • Legacy Project Management Has Four Major Shortcomings
  • Social Task Management Prioritizes Getting Work Done
  • How Does Social Task Management Work?
  • Social Task Management Applies Key Social Networking Features
  • Collaboration Is at the Core of Social Task Management
  • Social Task Management Provides Four Clear Benefits
  • Defining the Various Deployment Architectures
  • Let’s Review: Project Management Before and After STMs
  • Actionable Advice: It’s Time to Get Work Done

Key Vendors in the Social Task Management Market
AgileZen, Any.Do, Asana, AtTask, Basecamp (by 37Signals), Bettermeans, Clearvale (by Broadvision), Cubevibe, Do (by SalesForce), Fellowstream, Flow, Goshido, Huddle, HyperOffice, IBM Connections Activities, Jive Software, JoinCube, Kerio Technologies, MangoProjects, Mavenlink, MindJet, Neudesic Pulse, Offiria, Podio, Producteev, Rule, Saba People Cloud, SAP Streamwork, Siasto, Socialcast Strides (by VMware), Sparqlight, TeamBox, TeamWork Live, Traction TeamPage, Trello, Vantage, Wrike, WorkSimple, Yodiz, ZoHo Projects

The report is available on the Constellation Research website. For advisory services on Social Task Management such as vendor selection, implementation best practices, webinars or keynotes please contact me at