It’s just not realistic to give a team a new project management solution and expect them to “figure it out.” It’s setting them up for days of wasted time, disappointment, and failure.
I’ve taught organizations how to deploy and use Asana since 2013, working with companies ranging from Fortune 500 to 5-person startups. I routinely fly all over the US doing training seminars on project management with Asana.
Companies typically pay thousands of dollars for access to this training customized for their businesses, but you can get the same material in this easy-to-follow, comprehensive course.
You could spend weeks combing through forums, watching random YouTube videos, and reading outdated blog posts searching for help. Or you can join the thousands who have signed up for these lessons crammed full of step-by-step tactics and actionable insights.
This is what I’ve learned not only as one of Asana’s earliest users, but having taught Asana to marketing agencies, universities, manufacturers, and more. This isn’t academic instruction—it’s the tried and tested information every team needs to improve collaboration and increase transparency.