I am going to introduce Asana as a useful tool for global teams. Thus I am going to answer the following questions relating to this task manager:
- What is Asana?
- Do I have to pay for it?
- What is the benefit for my team?
- How does Asana work?
There will be an interesting comparison of opinions on Asana. In the following I am going to present some of them:
- “Asana is currently incompatible with resource scheduling and planning as it has no tools or functions within its application.”
- “I have been getting things done with Asana – more things, in fact. And I’m going to start getting things done with Asana alone from now on.”
- “quick and easy to walk through the open tasks, but still it wasted time in a meeting instead of freeing up that time to do “real” work.”
As you might already have guessed “Asana” is suggestion of “how you will win the challenge of working in a global team. Though in my next week blog post I am going to reveal more about the work within global teams. Moreover I will give some more hints on how you are going to be a successful teammeber in global teams.