"Do hybrid or remote teams need to conduct offsites in person?"

"Can true agile adoption actually scale?"

"Should asynchronous work be the new default?"


 

On this show, we take workplace practices and separate the hype from the helpful. In each episode, two Atlassians debate how the practice should be applied, if at all.

Join host, Christine Dela Rosa, as she poses questions to debaters, Marshall Walker Lee, Dominique Ward, Shannon Winter, and Kelvin Yap.

Episode listings

Is there a shortcut to innovative ideas? Some say hackathons are a pressure cooker for out-of-the-box thinking, and others say they’re just a recipe for half-baked prototypes. See episode page

The name is hard to defend, but the practice of “dogfooding” is a staple in product development. But should every company be product testing this way...or should we leave this practice behind? See episode page

Is your company working as well as it could be? This new podcast from Atlassian brings you fun and fiery debates over today's trendiest workplace practices, from dogfooding to agile at scale, asynchronous collaboration to ERGs. Join us as we argue if and how you should add these practices to your work life. New episodes out September 7th. See episode page

Meet the debate team

Christine Dela Rosa | HOST

Christine Dela Rosa | HOST
Brand Lead on Ways of Working, Atlassian

"Each of us has a unique set of lived experiences. So I like to think that all conversations are hot-takes."

Marshall Walker Lee

Marshall Walker Lee
Creative Lead for Learning Experiences, Atlassian

"He may have lacked Tony the Tiger’s rhetorical flair, but Toucan Sam was the more effective debater—IMHO."

Dominique Ward

Dominique Ward
Head of Design Ops, Atlassian

"Constantly questioning the thing-in-itself."

Shannon Winter

Shannon Winter
Corporate Brand Lead, Atlassian

"I learned everything I need to know from Cher's iconic 'RSVP' debate speech in Clueless."

Kelvin Yap

Kelvin Yap
Senior Product Marketing Manager for DevOps, Atlassian

"A hotdog is a sandwich."