Archives for the tag: Agile

Cue the music for one of JIRA Software’s new permissions: manage sprints. Learn more about permissions and how they function behind the scenes to affect every member of your team. Plus, get an overview of how manage sprint permissions bring simplicity to planning and tracking work, remove overhead, and minimize risk for everyone – no more single points of failure and instead an environment in which the entire team can be more agile.

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Imagine you had a product with millions of users, over five million lines of code, and more than 100 developers working on it. And then your company decided that this product had the opportunity to become an even more successful platform. Check out how two of our development managers co-coordinated JIRA’s move from product to platform.

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Who’s who in agile teams?

Agile teams are structurally different than their waterfall counterparts. Agile teams focus on the team itself, whereas waterfall teams often follow the structure of the organization. As I was learning scrum, one of the questions that kept coming to mind was, “How do development managers and scrum masters share responsibilities in the team?” Let's explore the answer to this question.

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One of Atlassian's core values is "Be the change you seek." For Atlassian support, it means innovation can't be put aside, despite very busy schedules. In other words, obstacles to change can't stand in the way forever. Read about some of the successes and failures of the Atlassian support team's efforts to innovate, and how scrum keeps their eyes on the ball.

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Sometimes, it's easier to make a decision asynchronously. And for that, there's no place better than Confluence. The Decisions Blueprint provides a simple, repeatable process for making decisions asynchronously with your team and recording them forever in Confluence. And once everything's in Confluence, you—and anyone on your team—can reference it later.

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