Start at the top with a strategy around spaces. Consider how your organization is structured; functionally, geographically, departmentally? Each team should have their own space in Wrike to work. At the next level are folders, which are used to organize the work of that team/department space. A solid foundation of folders might include "Admin", "Projects", "Requests", and "Archive". These folders house the projects and tasks the team is using to get work done. You can add tasks to any item in your account and tag these tasks with multiple folders, projects, and spaces so the same tasks are visible in all of them.
- Brainstorm who needs to see what and create spaces based on that. Departments (and potentially teams) probably need their own spaces.
- Use prefixes or a numbering system when working with repeatable projects.
- Set account-wide guidelines for creating spaces and make sure each space has admins who understand their role.
The most important thing to remember is to iterate. Your company is unique and you should listen to your team and make changes based on what works for you. The course 302 Organize a Space will give you a detailed template for building out a space.