We are the only Asana Certified Pro in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Services for Asana
Asana Account Setup
Asana Trainings and Best Practice Workshops
Asana Health Check
Asana Champion on demand
Tailor-made Asana plugins
Examples how we empowered our clients
Trainings and Asana Champions at Harry’s
Harry's is the leading company for shaving delivery in the USA. They own a factory in Thuringia, Germany, where they produce millions of razors every year. If you buy a private label razor in DM, Rossmann or Lidl, chances are high, they were produced in this factory. In 2017, Asana was introduced to the German factory and our team trained around 100 employees from the Asana basics, over custom fields to automated gantt charts. We also empowered five employees to become Asana Champions. They train new colleagues themselves and encourage the change process.
Governance Workshop at Basware
Basware is a global operating company with more than 1.800 employees and the whole marketing team organizes their work with Asana. When all these people work within Asana, but work not in the same city or even continent, you need some guidelines to ensure everyone uses Asana in a similar way. Within one day we made sure that the team agreed on a governance which not only ensured a friction-less collaboration, but also more fun in working together. For this reason, Basware was featured as world wide best practice in terms of Asana governance.
Account Audit at Home24
Home24 is the leading online shop for home&living equipment. Half the company was working with Asana, but of course many people in a different way. We analyzed their account for mistakes and lost potential. After a thorough analysis, we conducted 1on1 coachings with the team leads and improved their Asana usage a lot. Consequently, they needed less time to maintain Asana and had less friction in their cross-department collaboration.
Further selected clients
The business impact of Asana
The Total Economic Impact™ of Asana study conducted by Forrester Consulting found that companies see a 387% ROI when using Asana to manage their work. This basically means, that Asana pays for itself in less than three months
Asana enables teams to execute projects much more effectively
What our clients say about us
I manage a department of around 40 employees with different teams. In the beginning we not even had unified tools within the teams. Sebastian collected the requirements and wishes from every team and showed them how Asana will help them. He set up the account and trained most of my people in person. Especially well was the concept of Asana Champions, he trained some team members to lead users who could train other employees by themselves. Moreover, I found it very helpful that he defined Asana guidelines with all the teams.
We tried a lot of tools – we started with Trello, Wunderlist and Google Docs.
Nothing really worked out. Asana was quite intuitive, but we did not have the time to think in detail about how we might structure our processes into Asana.
Sebastian was with us in person and set up the account, including recurring tasks and clear responsibilities. My team had much more fun at work afterwards and I had a much better overview for myself.
Sebastian is a great Asana coach and consultant! He has done an outstanding coaching for the Wefox employees on best practices with Asana. He is very professional and had always an answer to all our questions. Implementation, process organization, usage examples and structuring - these are some of many topics that we have discussed in the training. Thanks a lot Sebastian, we enjoyed the work with you very much.
Sebastian has helped my team greatly by conducting a kickoff workshop with Asana and showing us how to use the tool most efficiently. He was able to tackle all objections and show how Asana is a better solution than the tools people had been using until then. By now everybody in the team is a committed Asana user which has improved efficiency and transparency in all our processes and helps everyone to manage their workload better and keep a good overview.
Asana Trainings and Workshops
Asana beginner training for all employees
Every team member needs to get the one day beginner training to be able to work with Asana:
- Individual account setup and settings
- Creating and working with projects
- Creating and working with tasks: Start and due dates, assignees, tags, attachements
- How to use My Tasks and the Inbox
- Deleting vs. archiving of tasks and projects
- Migration of daily work into Asana
Result: Every team member is able to work with Asana and to handle assigned projects.
Asana expert training
At least 2 people per team should participate in this 4 hour training:
- Custom Fields with various use cases
- Asana search and reporting for experts
- Gantt charts with Instagantt
- Specific department workflows
- How to organize a work day with Asana
- Chrome Extension and mobile app best practices
- CSV importer
- Calender Sync and time tracking
- Syncing other software to Asana, e.g. Microsoft Office and Outlook, Salesforce or Slack
Result: Your experts know all important features in Asana to save a lot of work and execute projects more effective.
Asana team lead training
Every team lead should participate in the Asana team lead training instead of the Asana expert training. The training also lasts 4 hours.
- The content is an adapted version of the Asana expert training with a strong focus on how to manage a team with Asana.
- How to run reports about the team's work
- How to follow-up with important projects and tasks
- How to run effective 1on1s and meetings with Asana
Result: Your team leads can effectively manage their teams and utilize all important Asana features.
Asana Champion training
At least one person in every team needs to become an Asana Champion. The training lasts 4 hours.
- How to support the change process to implement Asana successfully in the whole company
- How to create an Asana adoption plan
- How to motivate colleagues and win stakeholders for Asana
- How to train new employees in Asana
- Further Asana Best Practices
Result: Your Asana Champions are a driving force to enable the change process to an agile management company. They are able to motivate and educate fellow coworkers.
Asana best practices workshop
You want to improve your team's Asana usage in just one day. Then our best practice workshop is the best fit for you. In an initial phase we collect your team's specific challenges and needs. Afterwards, we will explain you the best practices for these challenges based on our year-standing Asana and agile management experience.
Along the way we will teach your team also needed Asana features which will help under your circumstances.
In the end of the day, you will have solved your team's individual Asana challenges and your team members can work even more effectively on projects.
Asana Governance and Conventions workshop
Every department needs to agree on a convention how to use Asana to ensure frictionless work and a sustainable implementation. This workshops usually takes one day.
- We gather how your colleagues are using Asana
- We moderate the process which leads to an agreement
- Examples are who can create and change a project; who can edit due dates on a task from the supervisor; who can edit templates and where are they saved; which communication happens in Asana and which in Email and other tools
Result: Your teams have a shared understanding of how to use Asana and committed to a written convention.
Asana Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) workshop
Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) is the most successful goal setting framework. It was first used by Intel and later introduced at Google. From there it spread across whole Silicon Valley and the most successful tech companies of our time are reaching their objectives with OKRs.
In this workshop our team will explain you all necessary details of OKRs. Afterwards we will help you to define your company and department OKRs and implement them with the help of Asana. This has the benefit, that every employee will see how his daily work relates to the company objectives and how important his own work is.