Explore manager workflows
Management teams use Asana to facilitate communication, share resources, and ensure progress towards overall company objectives—without all the emails and meetings. Here are a few workflows your management team can use in Asana:
Manager communications—In Asana, managerial communications can move beyond scattered emails, meetings, and old documents. By creating a management team, managers can communicate across various projects and objectives, and keep sensitive information private.
Company goals and milestones—Using Asana for strategic planning and goal tracking keeps objectives clear and relevant. You can easily refer back to goals within Asana as your team finishes projects and takes on new ones.
Progress reports—Managers are responsible for knowing where things stand so they can convey this to others internally. You can create reports, search for work and view progress at any time, so you’ll have a better idea of where things really stand
One-on-ones—Connecting with your employees for communication and coaching is an important part of being a successful manager. Asana helps you plan one-on-ones in advance and reference other work and track action items, while keeping information private.
Want to learn how to build out these specific workflows in Asana? Check out our management workflows page.