1. List out your project’s steps and set clear deadlines
Start by breaking up your project work into tasks with clear assignees. Then, add start dates and due dates to help you estimate how long each step will take.
2. Figure out the order of your tasks
Which tasks need to be completed first? Are there any tasks you can’t start until others are completed? What comes last? Answering these questions will help you figure out how to order your tasks.
3. Share your timeline
Share your project timeline with teammates. This will keep everyone on the same page about project plans, who’s responsible for what, and get buy-in from stakeholders.
4. Track your project’s progress
Watch your team’s progress and make sure they’re on track to meet your project goal and deadline. Send status updates as you complete milestones to keep your team up-to-date on work or any changes to your timeline.
With Asana, you can plan projects, break them down into manageable tasks, and create an online timeline that tells you exactly who’s doing what, by when.
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—Tamas Kadar, Business Development Manager, Air France KLM Group
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