I’ve been using Asana both personally and professionally for a few years now. However, in my implementation at work, I’ve learned a few lessons. I wanted to run through them here just in case these observations could help anybody else out. Continue reading →
Everyone has in their head a specific image of ‘the IT guy’ (which, of course, can be a guy or a gal).
For a lot of people, that image is pretty well-represented by Jimmy Fallon’s character from SNL a few years back: “Nick Burns, Your Company’s Computer Guy.” The character is, essentially, someone whose job it is to be annoyed by the users (s)he’s supposed to support. It’s hilariously accurate, in many cases. Continue reading →