What tool(s) can help me have a birds eye view of my work and the value it provides.

Consider that this is not about task or project management. Rather, this is to help me analyse all the teams, projects and initiatives I am involved in and the value each provides. I hope that by doing so I can assess which activities I should so less / more of. The properties I would need to record would be project, people, team, meetings, communication & project management tools, value it provides (customer, team dev, etc.)
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  1. Enterprising Josh made this product
    Bitrix24 kind of does that. It has supervising view that shows what each person/department is doing - tasks, projects, communications, collaboration, clients, etc. Here's a video that gives you the idea (sorry, 30+ minutes long) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcxg23I2g4A
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    Favro

    Manage everything from the smallest tasks

    Fouad Tolaib
    Fouad TolaibI'm a maker of things. · Written
    Although I'm in no way affiliated with Favro, I just keep finding myself recommending it over and over again as it's really the perfect task and project management tool. If you want to supervise teams, not only based on a single product/project, but across your entire company or operation, then Favro let's you do that. I kind of see it as Trello, Basecamp, and agile methodologies combined within one solution. Create projects, add task within backlogs, create kanban boards and assign tasks to it, allocate time estimations to tasks, work based on templates, add time sheets to track time spent, stack boards for different departments on top of each other. I mean, the list goes on. Here's a great explanation on how to use it combined with a smart scrum process: https://sleeknote.com/blog/agile...
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    Coggle

    The clear way to share complex information.

    If you're using mindmaps, I'd highly suggest Coggle as a tool.
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    • Gabrielle Do
      Gabrielle DoMassage Therapist Will-be

      I've been using Coggle for a very long time. I've used this for my studying and using the mind-mapping method to learn new words helped me out so much. I've tried many other mind maps, but they all looked very rigid and plain. Having some color and abstractness from Coggle relaxed that kind of tension.