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- Enabling Business Management with Jira
Brian Bobryk, Product owner engineering management tools, Bloomberg LP
- Concept to Launch: The Ultimate Confluence Guide for Software Teams
Sherif Mansour, Distinguished Product Manager, Atlassian
- The Journey to Portfolio 3.0
Rhys Christian, Product Management, Atlassian
- Ultimate Dogfooding: Behind the Scenes of Building the New Jira
James Rotanson, Product Designer, Atlassian
Erika Sa, Product Manager, Atlassian
- Harnessing Your Product Manager Superpowers with Trello, Confluence, and Jira
Phil Oye, Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
- How We Managed a Multi-Year, Multi-Drug Clinical Trial
Jessi Smith, Senior Clinical Research Coordinator, Washington University
Michael March, Atlassian Solution Architect, Isos Technology
- Like Herding Cats: How to Get Engineers to Update Their Status
Jane Allard, Director of Engineering, Akamai
Shane Colledge, Senior Technical Program Manager, Akamai
- Estimation as Uncertainty Reduction
Michael Godeck, Business Analyst
- Inside Atlassian: Focusing on Customer Outcomes in Spite of Complexity
Matthew Watson, Bitbucket Pipelines Development Manager, Atlassian
- The Secret to Nailing Project Estimations
Albert Wang, Developer, Atlassian
Enabling Business Management with Jira
Working in a mature, established organization can present challenges in adapting Agile practices at the team level, while also collecting and providing information about various projects and initiatives that senior management requires to manage the overall business. Agile frameworks, such as SAFe, may offer a useful way forward, but it may not align directly to existing business planning and management practices. New concepts, such as value streams, are introduced, while traditional concepts such as projects and programs disappear. Learn how we created our own Scaled Agile Framework - managed using Jira - that leverages the best of both worlds — supporting traditional business management practices without hindering the agility of our software development teams!
Concept to Launch: The Ultimate Confluence Guide for Software Teams
Building a shared understanding is the key to success of any software team. From concept to launch, I'll share the ways to maximize efforts and build tribal knowledge throughout the entire software development process for every type of project.
Learn from the teams who use Confluence and Jira Software every day to ideate, discover, strategize, define problems and requirements, communicate to stakeholders, and more!
The Journey to Portfolio 3.0
A lot has changed in the ways teams work since Portfolio for Jira joined the Atlassian family. Team structures have shifted, and more and more teams are doing their work in Jira with greater agility. They have more autonomy but must stay connected to their adjacent teams and communicate their plans effectively with stakeholders. Portfolio for Jira can help you on this journey.
If you’ve ever used Portfolio in the past, and are curious about how we’ve reinvented the product, or are looking for an agile tool to help you plan, collaborate, and get visibility across teams in Jira, then this session is for you! In it, we’ll share how we used Portfolio ourselves, setting product direction, identifying the right solution scope, winning internal adoption, and taking your feedback when it came to planning our roadmap.
Missed this session? Check out the Introducing Portfolio for Jira 3.0 webinar here.
Ultimate Dogfooding: Behind the Scenes of Building the New Jira
At Atlassian, we’ve been dog-fooding Jira since the beginning of time. This means we get to use every feature and improvement firsthand before it gets delivered to you. Building the new Jira, this posed an interesting challenge – we had to get everyone moving to the new experience.
In this talk, we’ll take you through our journey of getting everyone on-board onto new Jira. There will be a guided tour on how to best use the new Jira for the full cycle of product development. By the end of this session, you’ll know how to make new Jira work for your team and not the other way round.
Harnessing Your Product Manager Superpowers with Trello, Confluence, and Jira
Whether you're a product manager, product owner, or a cat herder, creating a stellar product takes skill. The list is endless—from aligning stakeholders to creating a clear vision and specifications, planning sprints, measuring success and everything in-between.
In this session, we'll share how to extend the power and flexibility of Atlassian tools for your team. From inception, to planning, to building, learn the battle-tested tips from our own Atlassian teams to ensure that you not only build the product right, but also build the right product.
How We Managed a Multi-Year, Multi-Drug Clinical Trial
Managing a clinical drug trial is an endeavor, filled with complex recording, scheduling and reporting requirements. The effort becomes more convoluted when the trial involves multiple drugs from multiple manufacturers. Though tools and methodologies are readily available for single drug trials, approaches to multi-drug trials are generally a cobbling together of tools and methodologies that may not be optimal.
Fortunately, Jira is an ideal tool for managing more complex clinical trials. We'll show how Jira was tailored to track the full path of a multi-year, multi-drug clinical trial. Leveraging Jira workflows and automation, a solution was crafted to track all stages of the trial, handle issue and schedule creation based on required protocols, and provide traceability.
Like Herding Cats: How to Get Engineers to Update Their Status
Many engineering teams at Akamai Technologies have different software development cycles and unique ways of using Jira. We're working on a critical muli-year, cross-team project, and need to provide frequent updates to senior management. So, how do I get my teams to update a status I can use for reporting?
Learn how our agile engineering teams navigate work with management team with a waterfall mindset and see how we use Jira, Confluence and Structure to streamline the status tracking and reporting process.
Estimation as Uncertainty Reduction
When setting customer/stakeholder expectations, proper estimation is what ultimately pays the bills. So, why isn’t there more discussion around what makes a good estimation strategy when developers expected to know how to do it and do it well?
Join Michael Godeck, a business analyst from a global pharmaceutical company, and learn a new approach— identifying uncertainty to improve estimation accuracy. Get the practical techniques and secrets to better software estimation.
Inside Atlassian: Focusing on Customer Outcomes in Spite of Complexity
How familiar does this scenario sound?
Despite their best efforts, product managers are micro-managing too many features in development, meanwhile developers are waiting on designers. Support engineers aren't sure what shipped this week, and new features can't be released because tech writers weren't aware of them until they were nearly completed. The exec team is eager to learn how the last features are affecting new user uptake, but it's not up to expectations because marketing never understood who it was for, or why it was built.
Join us for a peek behind-the-scenes at Atlassian. And learn how we juggle all of these efforts across the DevOps cycle, and validate features early and often—all while focusing on delivering real customer value.
The Secret to Nailing Project Estimations
How many times have you been asked by your manager, a product owner, or a stakeholder, "how long will writing a new feature take?" And how many times have you actually given an accurate time estimate—say within 1 week of your estimation?
Learn about how my development team at Atlassian faced these same issues and how we transformed our practices to consistently nail time estimates
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