An ebook to get the most out of Asana and become the best team you can be! Get it here.
We are surrounded by notifications, solicitations, interruptions. Always-on attitudes are praised, when deep work is needed more than ever and uninterrupted work should be the norm.
Noisy and disturbing open-plan offices are everywhere but calm and focused remote work is on the rise.
It is time to find better tools and methods to work better and less to allow for long term goals and personal life to come back into the light.
We are iDO, an Asana Solutions Partner, we want to help reach a calmer and more productive way of working with tips, tools, and methods. And over the course of almost 10 years, we created a ton of content, including 6 ebooks.
Until today, most of those ebooks were paid ebooks. This stops today: we just released all 6 ebooks for free, you just have to fill in a form. Here’s one: Secrets of Successful Teams in Asana.
Get the most out of Asana and become the best team you can be! This ebook of 100+ pages was written by several Asana experts all over the world with a combined experience of many years and hundreds of clients!
To download immediately, just fill in this Asana form; you’ll get the download link upon form submission in the confirmation message.
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“Bastien’s new book is a great compilation of best practices.”
Ken Burnstein, Asana Certified Pro and Remote Work Strategist
“Really good read with hands on advice.”
Thomas Rypens, Team Lead Digital
“Such a great guide […] packed full of helpful tips […] broken up into delightfully digestible pieces.”
Peta Williams, Asana Certified Pro
“This E-Book is an awesome cheat sheet for maximizing efficiency and minimizing hand-holding while implementing and optimizing Asana with your team.”
Jackie Wright, Executive Assistant to CEO at HackerRank / former Asana employee
“When I want to learn something I turn to Bastien and his excellent e-books.”
Fabian Becker, project manager at Auerbach Schifffahrt
“I very much enjoyed your book. Well written and valuable.”
Patrick van der Valk