You can build your own Asana Project Management template, but why would you?
Use the PayPal button to the right to purchase the Builder-Resources service. The cost of the template and the initial start-up input we will provide is only $68.00. Once you permit us, we will access your actual Asana page and install the initial template for you.
Here's how --
We will be notified via e-mail that you have requested the template be added to your Asana account. We will access the file you have permitted and add the template for you.
You will receive:
Remove Builder-Resource access --
Once the template has been added to your workspace, you will click on the blue Share button again, highlight the line showing Builder-Resources and click on Remove.
Builder-Resources will have no further access to your Asana account. To re-instate Builder-Resource access, simply install the name and e-mail path again.
On the dashboard (far left), under your company name, select the Job Management Template. It will display in the center pane.
Click on the down arrow in the upper right corner of the center pane and select Duplicate Project. It will take some time (2-3 minutes) for the template to duplicate, so just wait until the process is complete. Follow the instructions shown and your new Job Management template will be built.
Imagine having the daily job activity entered every day by your superintendent and available to you in real time, seconds after the entry is made.
Imagine your designer able to put product changes on-line for immediate update.
Imagine knowing that every important activity on every job is being updated moment by moment by your entire organization.
To use this feature, enter a record of daily activities, contacts and thoughts relative to the project on this page. Simply click in the "Write a Comment" box below and add your comment.
When you have completed your entry, click on the blue COMMENT button to save.
Imagine being able to find all the tasks that the client is responsible for on a project in ten seconds or less.
Imagine knowing your critical path for producing a project.
That's what using Tags can accomplish for you.
We have included nine tags to use in categorizing the tasks in building a project. These tags are used to quickly group all of the tasks in each category. Just click on a tag in the middle pane to produce a list of all the tasks labeled with that tag.
You can add as many tags as you need. What works for me may not work for you, so change, add, or delete tags. The more you use tags, the more uses you will find for them.
The nine tags we have included are
Imagine being able to pull up all the change orders on a job while you are at the site talking to the framing subcontractor.
Imagine having the installation instructions for the double wall oven while you are talking with the electrician about wiring requirements.
The "File Cabinet" is a repository for relevant documents and photographs relating to the project. You can add files directly from your computer or from Dropbox. Click on the "Attachments" icon (the paper clip) above, and enter the file names for the documents you wish to add by navigating to the file location in your computer, in Dropbox, or wherever they might be located.
Useful files would include:
Use the headings under File Cabinet like manila folders to categorize your files. Add or delete as necessary.
To attach a file to the Job File, just use the same process you use to attach a file to an e-mail. Add a description or make a comment. Easy.
You can also attach files to tasks or sub-tasks. Whatever works for you.
Imagine having a system that will remind you that the framing package should be delivered tomorrow.
Imagine knowing when you go to bed at night what to expect tomorrow.
Imagine being able to update related activities when needed.
Imagine being able to automatically contact your subcontractor or any other interested party of changes in specifications or workflow.
The tasking process is built on the QUOTE -> AWARD -> SCHEDULE -> WORK -> INSPECT paradigm. Most of the tasks follow this process. If this process does not fit the way your company works, you can easily change it.
The template is broken into phases representing weeks of construction. The timeline starts with Week -2 (minus 2) because we start our timeline with the issuance of the building permit, which usually takes two weeks for review.
The task change procedure is very simple and very flexible. However, I would recommend that you work with the template the way it is for a couple of jobs before making wholesale changes. After that, you will be sufficiently comfortable with the process to change it to fit your company processes perfectly.
As with any useful system, you should count on making continuous small changes to the process so it accurately reflects the way your company works.
How can I get the Project Management Template Installed?
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