Hi Asana community!
My marketing department and I started using Asana almost six months ago to start managing all of our projects. It was working great for a while, but as our project load increases, I’m finding it difficult to manage everything without the interface becoming overwhelming with too many teams and/or projects. Here are some of the issues I’m facing:
- We provide support for multiple departments (B2B sales team, B2C sales team, product, etc.) plus execute our own initiatives (branding, packaging, digital marketing, etc. and we have ongoing and projects and those with time-constraints going on at all times. (There’s a lot of variation!)
- We have to report out each week to the entire company on project statuses, updates, etc.
I’d like to not make everything a “project” and sometimes use headers or tasks within a project instead (ex. Merchandising > This Store Display) or (ex. Packaging > Packaging Updates > SKU), but it’s hard to keep track of everything on a high-level because dashboards won’t report out on everything. So not only are we finding it difficult to report out to the team with all “projects” but also are having a hard time prioritizing ourselves across so many teams/projects/tasks.
Sorry if that was a lot! Any ideas or tricks for improving efficiency? I’m seriously stumped here!