Plan your day and record what you do with the timesheet tool. You can even send your timesheet to your customer/manager.
Your data is stored in the localStorage of your browser, not on the web server.
Add your organisations (work, clubs, customers, etc.).
Add your groups (department, team, project team, etc.).
Add your roles and role assignments.
Add your tasks to the activities table.
Add notes for your nuggets of information.
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Add your projects, programmes, portfolios and operational/business as usual (BAU) activities a workstreams.
List your assets (the things you own).
Checkout our example organisation charts. Compare them to your corporate structure and investigate any differences.
List your brands.
List the services you, your group (department, team, etc.) and organisation offer. Full service management features are coming soon.
Identify things which have gone wrong as issues.
Identify things which could go wrong as risks.
Identify things which you are not certain about, and need to check as assumptions.
Identify activities which rely on other activities as dependencies.
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Project Management

Select a workstream:
Efficiently plan, execute, and control the use of resources to achieve specific project goals within defined constraints. This is a preview of the toolkit which will be available with a professional user license.

Project Management is a career choice with a clearly defined path. It is a subject with a significant amount of knowledge and techniques to learn. Unfortunately however, many businesses assign someone to manage a project without providing any training. That project will be managed inefficiently (compared to it being managed by a skilled Project Manager), and has a high probability of failing, or be delivered over budget late and in poor quality.

The webBRIEFCASE Project Management Framework can add tremendous value by providing the information, tools and support a new or experienced Project Manager needs.


Tools and tables


Knowledge areas



Initiation stage

Next stage: High level design

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