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“I love that the goal of managers at Asana is to make sure that people’s needs are met and that they are happy, growing, and becoming their best selves.”
Asana since 2011
“I’ve always felt valued regardless of my tenure, role or seniority level. At Asana, managers and individual contributors are seen as two different paths to success, neither of which is ‘better’ than the other.”
Asana since 2012
“People really trust each other here. And because of that trust, we’re free to get our best work done. Our managers are asking questions like ‘How can I help you grow?’ and ‘What would you like to learn this year?’ rather than checking in on status updates and approving next steps.”
Asana since 2014
All initiatives have exactly one directly responsible individual. We emerge as leaders through accountability and empowerment, not better titles.
Together, we organize our work into sprints and episodes to plan what’s next during Roadmap Week.
Building with Asana
Asana is the primary tool we use to collaborate. We use it to share product ideas, plan sprints, and enjoy the fruits of our labor with every push.
“Great culture, lots of freedom in a company that trusts and respects employees.”
— Current Employee, Data Scientist in San Francisco, CA