Asana puts team tasks & conversations together, so you can get more done and rely less on email. Their mission is to empower humanity to do great things. They’ve re-imagined how work gets done through a fast and versatile web application that connects everyone with what’s going on, their shared priorities, and who owns each part of the effort. Asana is free for teams up to 15 people with unlimited projects and tasks.
Have you considered a career in product management, but not sure what it entails? One of Asana's first product managers Katie Guzman, shares her insights on the Women in Tech Show Podcast: https://t.co/tHIbekOBvQ #productmanagement
An inclusive family-friendly environment, coupled with "thorny technical challenges", is what attracted @radiantgeek, one of our newest Eng Managers, to join #teamasana. Get to know Kate! https://t.co/OosKIrlPgU
As we launch our new @asanaeng development center in Vancouver, we're excited to be a part of #bctechsummit 🍁 Our Vancouver site lead Niranjan will be speaking on a Future of Work panel on Mar.13! @innovate_bc https://t.co/SVtId9pkhT