Published by Brianna Hansen
Meet Redfoo: former member of LMFAO who has since become an independent recording artist and CEO of LaFreak clothing line and Party Rock Records. As a busy musician, he found it difficult to communicate with his team while traveling around the world, and his team had just as much trouble knowing exactly who was responsible for specific tasks.
But since implementing Wrike, Redfoo has seen a total transformation in the way his team works. They’re more productive, communicate better, and (most importantly) they have more time to have fun. Here are five of Redfoo’s secrets for Wrike success:
Tip #1 – Use Wrike during team meetingsRedfoo keeps his team organized by having everyone open their Wrike accounts during meetings. Each task and every idea goes straight into Wrike as they move through agenda items, so it’s clear who’s responsible and what the next steps are.
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