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Atlassian Summit Webinar Series

✓ 10 myths about moving to Atlassian cloud

✓ The art of self-management: If cars can drive themselves, why not teams?

✓ Stop weaponizing agile metrics and start measuring awesomeness

✓ Organize #allthethings: strategies for structuring your team’s work in Jira

✓ What to do when your software team is Agile but your Business Partners are waterfall

✓ Incidents are a fact of life.

 

 

Amid the global pandemic Atlassian is organising a Summit Webinar Series where you can explore popular sessions and never-before-seen talks from their annual conference. Atlassian costumers and partners will have the opportunity to dive into the latest technology and teamwork trends, learn innovative ways to work from industry experts, and see how top companies are using Atlassian to drive change.

Today we will give you a brief summary of the topics to be discussed in the Werbinal series.

 

June 30 & July 1

10 myths about moving to Atlassian cloud

There are a lot of missconceptions about moving to cloud. But what’s real and what’s just hype? How do you dispel the fears and doubts about making such a big transition?

Come and discover the 10 biggest misconceptions and myths about moving to Atlassian cloud products from server.

 

July 7 & July 8

The art of self-management: If cars can drive themselves, why not teams?

Get practical tips and ideas that empower teams to take ownership, make decisions, reinforce trust, and make important decisions together.

How do you make sure your team evolves into a motivated, innovative, building-new-products-in-six-months, self-driving machine? Give them the autonomy to take ownership and make decisions on their own.

Anshuman Dash will talk about what it means for his team to be self-managed: creating a shared vision for the product, reinforcing trust, handling conflicts, and making important decisions as a team.

Whether you’re a small team with a kick-ass product idea, or a big company exploring ways to scale, this talk will provide practical tips and ideas that’ll help your teams forge their own path to self-management.

 

July 14 & July 15

Stop weaponizing agile metrics and start measuring awesomeness

In this session you will learn how to track the metrics that matter in a customer-obsessed and data-driven world. Hear about an outcome-focused approach to agile metrics and how to implement it.

Measuring agile is not simply about watching velocity and sprint commitments. In an increasingly customer-obsessed and data-driven world, teams and organizations must have a more holistic view of metrics in order to ensure the awesome outcomes agile promises. So, what should we be measuring?

If you’re picturing a sea of metrics that need to be turned green, then you’ve got the wrong idea. This session introduces Intuit’s customer-obsessed, outcome-focused approach to agile metrics, along with techniques for implementation. You’ll walk away ready to help the teams that deliver customer value identify and track the metrics that matter.

 

July 21 & July 22

Organize #allthethings: strategies for structuring your team’s work in Jira

Learn Atlassian’s best practices for representing work in Jira so you can build a sustainable structure as your team grows.

Whether you’re a Jira beginner or you’ve used the tool for years, you may struggle to walk the tightrope between customization and simplicity. Simply “throwing work into buckets” can reduce visibility and create roadblocks later on. But do you really need a project for every team, or would custom boards suffice? When you’re starting a new project in Jira Software, being aware of a few key nuances can help you get off on the right foot.

Join the Webinar to learn Atlassian’s best practices for representing work in Jira Software so you can build a sustainable structure for your team as it grows.

 

July 28 & July 29

What to do when your software team is Agile but your Business Partners are waterfall

Navigate the difficult path of agile transformation and learn how other organizations were able to successfully close the expectation gap.

It’s no surprise that problems arise between delivery teams building software using Agile and their business partners who are still operating with a “waterfall” mindset. This difference in ways of working causes a rift to form between the two operating sides – instead of bringing them closer together. And the business impacts can be significant: missed delivery dates, loss of productivity, increased cost driven by idle consultants, and even problems with team morale.

If this sounds like your organization, don’t sit around while your boat sinks! Learn how to close the expectation gap, and help your team navigate the sometimes choppy waters of Agile transformation. Hear what industry experts are advising and how other organization’s journeys resulted in successful transformation.

 

August 4

Incidents are a fact of life.

The difference between good and great companies is in how you respond and recover. See how Atlassian does it and why it works.

Incidents are a fact of life. The difference between good and great companies is in how you respond and recover from unexpected outages. Learn how Atlassian does it and how we use blameless postmortems to ensure they don’t happen again. We’ll explain why it works, and share some hard-earned lessons from the trenches.

The following link will give you an insight into the schedule and agenda.

Invite your team and experience the Atlassians Summit Webinars together. Register now for free and be there live!