Much rides on your sustainability initiatives. The problem is that traditional ways of managing work simply don’t work. Luckily, there's a better way — it’s called collaborative work management. 

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Check out these essays on CWM to learn how you can get started today

Check out these essays on CWM to learn how you can get started today

The problem with traditional work? It doesn’t meet today’s enterprise needs. We see lower productivity due to manual chores and tedious status meetings, higher costs as teams grow larger and development cycles longer and uncertain outcomes without a single view to detect issues. But there’s a new way to work called Collaborative Work Management.

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Andy and Linda dig into how Clarity's new to-do checklists can be leveraged to manage basic day-to-day work in the enterprise, without creating data silos across the delivery line.

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Across business types and industry sectors, sustainability initiatives have moved to the top of many leaders’ agendas. While sustainability imperatives are vital, many teams struggle with execution. With collaborative work management, you can take charge of your sustainability initiatives, ensuring they deliver maximum benefits for the business, stakeholders, and the environment. 


New Collaborative Work Management Features in Clarity

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Personalize Work
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Share Work
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Automate Work


Beyond a happier, more efficient team, product owners and business executives enjoy:

Higher Productivity

Higher productivity with automated activities and reduced manual chores.

Greater Insight

Greater insight with calendars, lists and boards.

Lower Costs

Lower costs with easy collaboration and fewer silos.

Just Get It Done!

The collaborative work management (CWM) features in Clarity simplify the process of sharing, updating and automating to-do checklists. Utilizing calendars, lists and boards instead of spreadsheets and slides, leads to greater efficiency, lower costs and greater insight for product owners and business executives.

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