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Kevin Wood

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Kevin Wood is an Atlaz Development Manager with strong experience in finance and business management. His deep understanding of marketing principles and excellent analytical skills help identify trendesetting ideas, evealuate risks and find the best potentials for partners' needs and goals. is Officially Released! Pricing, Latest Features and Future Plans


We are excited to announce that Atlaz is officially released to the public. It took a dedicated team and thousands of working hours to create Atlaz from an idea to a ready-to-use product. We are grateful to all beta users – your support and suggestions allowed to design a robust project management tool that is now helping teams worldwide perform at their peak.

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Manage Projects Smarter with Members Filter and Other Сool Improvements


There is nothing like knowing that our users love to use Atlaz on a daily basis. And today we are glad to introduce updates that will make your work with Atlaz web and mobile versions even more intuitive and effective!

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Fail Fast, Fail Often: Can Losing Help You Win?


Imagine working on a product that should be released in 2 months. You are one month into the project when you discover a mistake made two days ago. And it can destroy your entire project. You think about the nightmare you will be going through when the boss finds out and start to panic.

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Getting Started with Atlaz: Video Guide Now Available!


When it comes to learning something new, watching one quick video can be even more valuable than reading ten how-to articles. That’s why we’re excited to announce an Atlaz Video Guide that has everything you need to get started with Atlaz and master your projects with minimum time and efforts. 

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Scrum, Lean, Kanban: Choosing a PM Approach that Won’t Screw Up


Fancy terminology and buzzwords – this is what modern project management is all about. Outsiders may hear words like Scrum, Kanban, Lean and wonder whether they are reading about project management or a notoriously difficult book by another “great” novelist.

When it comes to choosing a project management approach, even profs get confused. The bad news, the wrong framework is a recipe for disaster. And if you screw up, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. The good news, none of these frameworks – Scrum, Lean or Kanban – is actually as complicated as it may sound.

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