Permission to launch: why project management tools need a unique permissions structure

Spreadsheets force project managers to work in the dark, with no ability to control who has access to proprietary information. Here’s why that doesn’t make sense.   There’s a reason that pharmaceutical companies make child proof bottles. A kid doesn’t know how much medicine to take. Instead, it falls to a parent or guardian to authorize. The same logic applies to kids using computers in schools or at home – parents or administrators are just not going to give them free reign over what they can see. That, in the …

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