Managing SMB multitasking with Task Management Software: Teams vs Asana vs Trello
High-end, Enterprise project managers might have access to expensive software and have been trained to the point of certification, but when you’ve got a rag-tag team spread throughout an office, who all work in different ways and in different capacities (plus there’s likely nobody with any formal project management experience) what can you do? The answer is use Task Management Software.
So, if you’re tired of arguments regarding responding to emails that were sent weeks ago and having meetings where half the time is spent recapping what happened in the last meeting and/or colleagues getting frustrated that they’re the only ones taking this seriously, while others aren’t, or that there’s now 12 versions of the spreadsheet which details who’s doing what and when, rejoice for help is at hand. In this article, we’ll be looking at three different options for Task Management software which have been used and considered while planning a certain tech title’s online activities: Microsoft Teams, Asana and Trello.