NOTE: This interactive workshop will be hosted virtually for our Denver community. Please check your email for instructions on how to join.
You probably already have tools and techniques you’ve been using to get your team’s work under control. Let’s make them even more effective by moving your work into Asana! In this virtual workshop, you’ll see how to move your time-bound work, ongoing processes, and reference projects into Asana. Come learn how to transition your existing workflows by building effective projects and processes to get your team’s work structured and organized.
In this virtual workshop you’ll:
Register today and join us for advice and tactics you can use right away. Plus, it’s free!
P.S. This session is designed for people who are familiar with the basics of Asana. If you’re just getting started, we recommend attending the Introduction to Asana virtual workshop first.
About Asana: A leading work management platform, Asana helps teams orchestrate their work, from daily tasks to strategic initiatives. With Asana, teams stay organized and connected. From Air Asia, AllBirds, KLM, Kohl's, Sephora, Viessmann, and more, over 70,000 organizations and millions of customers across 195 countries rely on Asana to manage company goals, product launches, marketing campaigns, and everything in between.
Global Community Engagement
Kimberlea (KB) joined Asana's Global Community team in the summer of 2018, but working and collaborating efficiently to make real change happen in the world has always been top of mind for her. Before joining Asana, KB managed Content & Community in the automotive technology space. Prior to that, she spent three years in Government Affairs in the energy industry, working to advance regulation and policies that helped foster distributed solar energy across the United States.
Kimberlea earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, focused Marketing, with a minor in Economics from Saint Mary's College of California. In her spare time, she enjoys setting up watering schedules for her many houseplants in Asana and playing with her Miniature Poodle, Syrah.