We are considering moving to an agile project management approach for our key initiatives. Is there any church or non-profit users out there who are using Agile Methodology & Asana? I would love to connect with you and ask a few questions.
Welcome to the community, @Michele_Kassa. I think Asana can definitely be helpful in your case. There are some setup to be done for implementing Agile. What plan Basic, Premium, Business) will you be using?
There are many examples of projects in Asana being structured to align with Agile project management approaches. I recommend you take a look at @Shannon_McNeil’s post called “Tips for Agile in Asana”, which I know you’ll find helpful.
I’ve also included some additional resources below.
- The Scrum Guide by Scrum.org: http://www.scrumguides.org/docs/scrumguide/v1/Scrum-Guide-US.pdf#zoom=100
- Video on Agile Product Ownership - (16 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=502ILHjX9EE
- The New New Product Development Game (The First Article on Why Agile): https://hbr.org/1986/01/the-new-new-product-development-game
Hope these help!
Thank you very much for these resources! I will check into them.
We are on premium version. I am trying to see if there are similar organizations to us that are doing it, and then how Asana is used in that workflow.
@Michele_Kassa - I just recently built a scheme in Asana to apply the AGILE methodology to our annual priorities. I’d be happy to share and walk you through what I have put together.
That would be great Jerod! Can you email me email@example.com?