2022 Environmental, Social & Governance Report

At Asana, our mission is to help humanity thrive by enabling the world’s teams to work together effortlessly.

Letter from the CEO

Asana was founded with a simple but ambitious mission: To help humanity thrive by enabling the world’s teams to work together effortlessly. Every day I’m inspired by the tremendous progress that companies, organizations, and individuals are making to address our world’s biggest challenges and create new opportunities. Our goal is to help them achieve their missions and to thrive along the way.

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Dustin Moskovitz

Co-founder and CEO, Asana

ESG partnerships and product support

Asana is working to expand our Asana Partners ecosystem to enhance the capabilities we provide for customers, including workflows for ESG reporting, field coordination, employee engagement, and more. We’re excited to announce our inaugural ESG partnerships, which include Equilibrium (a part of FiscalNote), an ESG and climate data management software platform, and nZero, a carbon management tool.

ROI of Asana2


less time on emails, saving more than 3 hours of additional time per week per daily Asana users.


faster to execute business processes, saving almost 2 hours per week per daily Asana users


higher employee satisfaction

Our values in action

At Asana, our core values inform how we show up and work together, from the product we create to the way we interact with each other and the world at large. In order for our employees to do their best work, and for us to achieve our mission, everyone at Asana must feel respected, valued, and that they belong.

In recent years, the global workplace has shifted in seismic ways. Flexible work environments such as hybrid or remote work were anomalies just a few years ago; now, they’ve become routine. Meanwhile, employees expect more from the companies where they work, seeking out employers that will challenge them and keep them engaged. Through these and other changes, our culture and values will continue to serve as a North Star to guide Asana.


We are purpose-driven people, dedicated to serving something beyond ourselves. Having mission as a value also allows us to continually ground ourselves in why we’re building Asana.


We commit to being great at the things we do and doing them fast, without sacrificing one for the other.


Our product and culture aim to ensure that teams know who is doing what, by when, and why, which unlocks the best work experiences and outcomes.


Great achievements are almost always the result of not one, but many. We bring our best, let go of egos, and work with empathy and trust to do great things together.


Having integrity around our commitments means seizing exciting opportunities, and also owning it when we have to deprioritize something. We accept full ownership of our commitments, and empower and trust others to achieve theirs.


We focus on the present and aim to give ourselves time to reflect and space to integrate what we learn. These practices allow us to collectively learn from and improve all that we do, and to continually evolve our culture.


We stay curious, creative, and open to new perspectives. Choosing between two sides of an extreme results in losing the benefits of one, so we commit to searching for a third way that incorporates the truths of both.


We know that our best work is tied to authenticity, which allows for growth and teamwork. We bring our whole selves to work and commit to building an inclusive work environment in which all people feel safe and excited about being their full selves.


We embrace what makes us human, take time to play and have fun, and create meaningful experiences for their own sake. Why do we have a unicorn flying across our product when we mark a task complete? The real question is—why not?