An Asana implementation can be as complex as a full project with team discovery, recommendations documentation, implementation, best practices creation, training, and maintenance. Alternatively, it can be as concise as a hands-on 1:1 session with a business leader looking to leverage Asana’s more advanced features.
Initially, I’m often helping to implement features such as project templates, task templates, dependencies, custom fields, search reports, multi-homed tasks, milestones, status updates, and approvals. As everyone embraces Asana we’re able to begin leveraging dashboards, reporting, goals, portfolios, rules, and forms (depending on the Asana plan they’ve selected).
I love working with small teams as it gives me an opportunity to make sure all team members are fully onboarded and comfortable with Asana. I have longer-term contracts with many of my clients where I’m onboarding new team members, encouraging continued adoption, and teaching more advanced features as the organization’s comfort level increases.
I implemented reusable Asana templates for Sova’s client, HR, marketing, and knowledge-sharing projects as well as implementing a set of best practices and tags. Read full case study.
With PICTURESTART, Asana was implemented to seamlessly track the progression of a piece of content all the way from contract to post-production. Read full case study
Other happy Asana clients:
- Kaas Wilson Architects,
- First Scholars, Excelenia in Education,
- Wine Glass Marketing,
- Right Hand Events,
- Peel People
- Arora Zbar – Asana is the technological beating heart of Arora Zbar LLP—that’s why we absolutely loved working with rockstar Asana consultant Peta Williams – Eli Zbar, Partner