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Hidden Sins of Using Spreadsheets to Manage Projects

One of the most widely used tools for project management in software teams today is the spreadsheet. Although fairly cheap and easy to use spreadsheets hide problems that can hinder the success of your project and create more costs than you have planned for.

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2 replies on “Hidden Sins of Using Spreadsheets to Manage Projects”

Articles like this are great for us all to re-evaluate the software used vs. project needs. It sparks “continuous improvements”. I’ve got one spreadsheet that is a “beast” and I am going to have to re-think alternatives to the spreadsheet approach. Thanks for sharing a new way of thinking…

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