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- A Very Atlassian Journey Through SOX Compliance
Rich Woodson, Sr. Program Manager, Atlassian
- How to Build an Open Culture with the Tools You Use Every Day
Kyle Ewalt, Workplace Experience Manager, Atlassian, Inc.
- How We Ditched Excel and Upgraded Our Legal Process! A PBS Distribution Case Study
Alexandra Schutz, Senior Project Manager, PBS Distribution
Daniella Apfel, Senior Manager, Legal Affairs, PBS Distribution
- HR On-Boarding Made Easy: How Fair Manages Hypergrowth with Jira
Nathan Oni, Support Engineer, Fair
- Architecting Atlassian for Healthcare and FDA Compliance
Sundar Selvatharasu, Chief Compliance Officer, Sierra Labs
Andy Spoone, COO, Sierra Labs
- Improve Customer Service with Automated Sales and Order Lifecycle Processes Using Jira Service Desk
Tania van Wyk de Vries, CEO, Infoware Studios
- Unlearn First, Transform Next
Dominic Price, Work Futurist, Atlassian
- Building a Culture of Trust and Transparency Through Confluence
Katie Burke, Chief People Officer, HubSpot
A Very Atlassian Journey Through SOX Compliance
In 2014, Atlassian's Finance team was suffering from stale finance documentation, disjointed remediation efforts, and an overall lack of accountability. That's when Rich Woodson joined as a compliance manager and began to create a SOX compliance program. The first iteration used Microsoft Office and resulted in out of date information, which lead to control failures. Plus, it didn't reflect how Atlassian had evolved. They needed to find a better tool that would improve accountability and reflect the dynamic nature of the business.
Before long, the team realized the tool they needed had been right under their noses all along: Jira! This is the story of what they built and how they built it.
How to Build an Open Culture with the Tools You Use Every Day
At Atlassian, we use our tools to create a platform where Atlassians can thrive while supporting the functional needs of the office.
Confluence is used for announcements, blogs, project plans and project management. Jira Service Desk is used to fulfill facilities and event requests and our employee recognition program, Kudos. (We’ve fulfilled 35,000+ Kudos requests globally!) Trello is used to manage the communications calendar, fitness classes, and new-hire onboarding. Statuspage informs employees about any facilities services or equipment outages.
Get an inside look into our teams, and learn how to think outside the box (and beyond your department) with Atlassian tools. Transform efficiency in your workplace and make every employee happier.
How We Ditched Excel and Upgraded Our Legal Process! A PBS Distribution Case Study
Legal teams need serious tools to help them create and share documents, manage risk, communicate effectively, gather information from business partners, and react quickly. See how PBS Distribution replaced a sole Excel sheet with Jira Software to log contract requests, track workflows, and create a self-service channel to help prioritize the work of the legal team and build transparency across the organization. You'll walk away with real-life examples and ideas you can implement with your own legal team and apply to other teams across the business.
HR On-Boarding Made Easy: How Fair Manages Hypergrowth with Jira
Not too long ago, Fair was conducting on-boarding using email, chat messages, in person meetings and spreadsheets. The process was disjointed and disorganized, which was made harder by the fact that the number of new hires had tripled in size in just 9 months. Using a Jira Software Kanban board and Confluence in tandem, an intricate system has been created to manage 13 types of new hires and 55 checklist items needed to complete an individual's HR on-boarding. In this talk, you'll get a step by step overview of Fair's on-boarding process using Jira and Confluence. Attendees will leave with an actionable use case for their HR team.
Architecting Atlassian for Healthcare and FDA Compliance
The US medical device, pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries have stringent regulatory norms to protect patients' safety and privacy. They are under constant pressure to provide innovative solutions for improved personal care while staying compliant with the ever-evolving regulatory landscape.
But how do you bridge the gap between agile development for innovation and audit readiness for compliance? In this session, Sundar Selvatharasu and Andy Spoone of Sierra Labs will share how they use Jira both for engineering innovation and as a quality management system for compliance with GXP, GDPR, and HIPAA.
Improve Customer Service with Automated Sales and Order Lifecycle Processes Using Jira Service Desk
If you think running a multinational telecom company is simple or easy... well, you've never tried to do it. Logistical challenges abound! But that didn't stop Infoware Studios from streamlining the heck out of their workflows.
Join Tania van Wyk de Vries as she explains how they automated end-to-end sales and order fulfillment using Jira Service Desk and Jira Core. She'll walk through the workflows step by step, pointing out the Marketplace apps, CRM integrations, reporting, and custom-built solution that now form the backbone of their system. This is your chance to shortcut the trial-and-error process and share Infoware's lessons learned with your team.
Unlearn First, Transform Next
Agile Transformation. Digital Transformation. Cultural Transformation. These are all hot topics. But, what does it actually take to start a transformation?
The answer: people, practices, and tools. Join Dominic Price, Work Futurist at Atlassian as he shares his experience in working with other top enterprise organizations. Learn about the trends affecting the future of teamwork, and proven practices that can power successful workplace transformation.
Building a Culture of Trust and Transparency Through Confluence
The natural inclination for most global public companies is to hide things, yet transparency has always been core to HubSpot’s culture. But, a culture of transparency doesn't just happen -- you have to build it. One of the primary ways HubSpot has built a transparent culture is through "the wiki," powered by Confluence. At HubSpot, all 2,500 employees are encouraged to think like stakeholders or CEOs. Everyone has access to the wiki where everything is shared - from financials to strategy - with everyone in the organization. Why? Because sharing builds transparency, trust and alignment. The "wiki" removes the incentive for teams and leaders to solve for themselves over the organization, and instead encourages conversations, collaboration, and innovation for a common mission.
In this talk, Katie Burke, HubSpot's Chief People Officer, will share the story of how Confluence became a pillar of HubSpot's award-winning culture, as well as highlight specific use cases you'll be able to implement at your own company.
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