So your team always knows who's doing what by when.
1. Decide how and when to communicate
To make sure everyone’s on the same page, set communication guidelines in advance, give everyone clarity on higher-level goals, and encourage team collaboration.
2. Streamline the things you do regularly
From daily task management to approval processes , think about all the places where you can save time on recurring work and repetitive tasks with workflow automation.
3. Create a customizable internal knowledge base
Make document management easy for collaborators to access information by creating a user-friendly central database of resources.
4. Define responsibilities and expectations at the start
To avoid bottlenecks, be sure to answer these questions for any custom workflow: What are the exact deliverables? Who’s responsible for each piece of work? When is each task due?
5. Keep your workflow simple and make real-time adjustments
Avoid creating overly complex workflows. To start, keep it simple and check in regularly with your stakeholders to make any necessary adjustments.
6. Include a step for goal-setting in your team’s workflow
Goal-setting helps team members understand how their work supports company objectives and business processes.
Easily create tasks for yourself or assign one to a teammate.
Sections let you customize Asana to match your workflows and add structure to any project.
View your tasks in List, Board, Calendar, or Timeline view.
Start and due dates
Assign deadlines to ensure every task gets completed on time.
Discuss a project’s progress to get on the same page and keep the momentum going.
Give tasks a clear owner, so everyone knows who’s responsible.
Asana is dynamic. It significantly improved the way people viewed, managed, and tracked work—and collaborated.
—Casey James, Head of Creative Operations, Jones Knowles Ritchie
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