Simplify status reporting with Atlassian's newest product, Team Central

Learn how teams at Atlassian, Canva and ePilot upgraded their outdated status reporting spreadsheets and added some delight to cross-functional communication with a fresh new product and repeatable, scalable rituals.

If there’s one thing we can all agree on these days, it’s that we all hate status reporting. That’s no longer the case for teams at Atlassian, Canva and ePilot. Learn how they upgraded their outdated status reporting spreadsheets and added some delight to cross-functional communication with a fresh new product and repeatable, scalable rituals. In this webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Create curated status reports for every stakeholder without wasting time rewriting
  • Establish a common vocabulary for talking about projects, reporting status
  • Enable fast, productive feedback loops to unblock work and avoid last-minute curveballs
  • Initiate and scale consistent reporting rituals across functions

Join Atlassian veterans, Mary Raleigh and Sherif Mansour, for what’s sure to be a good time filled with status reporting horror stories, proven pro-tips and lots of laughs. Hope to see you there!

Speakers

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Mary Raleigh

Product Marketing Lead, Team Central

Mary’s career is the embodiment of ask forgiveness, not permission. Today, she leads marketing for Atlassian’s newest product, Team Central. Prior to joining the Point A group, Mary led the team responsible for creating and promoting the Atlassian Team Playbook and before that was responsible for running strategy and operations across Jira Work Management, Jira Service Management, Confluence and StatusPage. Before Atlassian, Mary was a Management Consultant specializing in process improvement for the world's biggest supply chains. When she's not making powerpoint slides, Mary is listening to behavioral psychology audiobooks and true crime podcasts while training to qualify for the 2022 Boston Marathon. 

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Sherif Mansour

Head of Product, Team Central

Sherif Mansour has been in software development for over 20 years. He is currently a Distinguished Product Manager for Atlassian. As a long-tenured Atlassian, he has responsible for Confluence, trying to solve problems across all of Atlassian’s cloud products and establishing a new product incubator inside Atlassian. Sherif also played a key role in developing new products at Atlassian such as Stride, Team Calendars and Confluence Questions. Today, he leads product strategy for Atlassian’s newest product, Team Central. Sherif thinks building simple products is hard and so is writing a simple, short bio.