Ever work on one of those projects where you feel like you spend more time coordinating and figuring out what everyone's supposed to be doing than actually working on the project itself? It's called doing "work about work," and if you do too much of it, it's a sure sign of bad teamwork.
The folks over at task-management organizer Asana think that the solution to all this work about work is simple: More clarity. In the slides below, they'll take you through the three types of clarity any project team needs to succeed and how to achieve each one. Read through them now, and then approach your next project in a whole new way.
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