- San Francisco, CA
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 11 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (ASAN)
- Founded in 2008
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
What people are saying about Asana
Project Management - Advertising
Program Management Office
I am starting a new role at a small company in the online publishing space. The company needs a good project management tool. Is Asana the best option? I get the feeling that many people at this company are not tech savvy so I think we need something easy to use or it won’t be effective.
What programs/software do ya'll use to manage your freelance clients/projects? I've tried soooo many of them (HoneyBook, Bonsai, Harvest, Asana, Monday, ClickUp, Hive etc.) and still can't find one that works with the freelance creative structure. Any suggestions? Using multiple platforms for various parts of my process is driving me NUTS!
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Asana was built towards maintaining its values and culture. You can see how it manifest through people's actions and how they setup their teams and their work. People seem like they always look forward to setup each other for success, and rely on collaboration a lot to ensure things are working. The work people do is very visible as we all use Asana as a work tool, and this brings great clarity and it makes each person feel useful within the big picture of things. All values are well lived and demonstrated through everyone's work. It is executed very smoothly and people are typically very careful on optimizing for alignment and clarity before making strong decisions, and taking feedback openly.
Getting used to Asana's way of work is quite a learning curve. Starting up can be overwhelming and the onboarding is thorough and at times heavy, however it's helpful to have it as a reference for the future. Still I don't think I'm able to remember many things from onboarding as there were so many different topics - it takes some time going through it and internalizing the knowledge.
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Interviewthere are a few rounds and then you have to present some work. makes sense overall. the interviews are focused on behavioral and skill questions. make sure you can talk about your pastInterview
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Asana Awards & Accolades
- Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work, Glassdoor Employees' Choice Awards, 2023
- Builtin NYC Best Places to Work, Builtin, 2022
- Inc. Magazine Best Workplace, Inc. Magazine, 2022
- Best Workplaces in the Bay Area, Great Place to Work® and Fortune, 2022
- Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Women, Fortune & Great Place to Work, 2021
Popular Careers with Asana Job Seekers
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...Extremely mindful leadership decisions (well thought out and not rushed in a good way), very inclusive culture, work life balance is great, good benefits, ability to work on a lot of things, barely any fire drills, lots of ERG/growth opportunities outside of particular role....
June 21, 2022
People Also Ask about Asana
Overall, 83% of employees would recommend working at Asana to a friend. This is based on 314 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
48% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Asana as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.1 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Asana.
70% of employees think that Asana has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.