We’re less than three weeks away from our biggest event of the year- Atlassian Summit 2013. The agenda is jam-packed with awesome keynotes, talks, and panels. With tickets still up for grabs, here’s one session you won’t want to miss:
Panel: Keys to a collaborative company culture
Just because your team shows up to work everyday doesn’t mean they’re actually working well together. Whether your team sits in the same office or across the globe, working as a team can be tough if you haven’t built a collaborative culture that fosters productivity, transparency, and innovation.
Get insights from HubSpot, Intridea, GPShopper, and Atlassian
Learn the secrets to the success at Atlassian, HubSpot, Intridea, and GPShopper as we discuss the keys to building a successful collaborative culture. Moderated by Fortune’s enterprise writer Michal Lev-Ram, our panel will discuss:
- how to develop a meaningful set of core values
- tips for selecting the right people; and
- best practices in using technology like Confluence and Hipchat
Meet the panelists
What you’ll learn
Scaling and maintaining culture
It’s no small feat to create an environment where a collaborative culture thrives, not to mention maintaining that culture as your company scales from tens to hundreds of employees. Who better to share how it can be done than HubSpot CTO Jim O’Neill, who’s been integral in helping his team create a company they love by focusing on building a strong culture.
Developing values and finding the right people
Like HubSpot, Atlassian has a truly unique culture – one that fosters collaboration, which leads to greater productivity, creativity, and innovation.
Having built a successful company from the ground-up, Atlassian co-Founder Mike Cannon-Brookes will share how Atlassian collaboratively developed its set of core values, advice on driving employees to live those values, and methods to find and select the right people.
— Greg Whitby (@gregwhitby) September 5, 2013
Using the right tools, effectively
What would it be like working in a company made up entirely of remote workers? Patti Chan, Intridea’s director of Product Management, knows. Patti will share how tools like Jira and Hipchat are integral to instilling a collaborative culture across timezones when working with remote teams.
Like Patti, Daniel Muller has been the driving force behind rolling out Confluence and Hipchat for collaboration and IM at GPShopper. Tools are essential in fostering a collaborative culture, and Daniel will share key learnings in how to successfully roll them out at a growing start-up.