Archives for the tag: JIRA

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Yes Virginia, even agile teams roadmap! 2 Moving from roadmaps to requirements 3 Deliver well: requirements to deployment   If you're still with me after my agile heresy, Yes Virginia, even agile teams roadmap!, then I'd like to move down to the next level of the project planning process: requirements. In our roadmap, features are organized into themes that represent a significant enhancement to one of our

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Case study: How Audi builds luxury vehicles with JIRA

Audi is a German automobile manufacturer known for its luxury designs. Audi's company ethos is "Vorsprung durch technik" or "Progress through technology."  Audi has a goal: to become the world's number one automobile manufacturer in the premium segment by 2020. To get there, they're using JIRA and Confluence. Audi employs thousands of engineers, designers, software developers, and QA teams across the world. But while Audi's offices span the globe, its main research and development (R&D)

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This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Yes Virginia, even agile teams roadmap! 2 Moving from roadmaps to requirements 3 Deliver well: requirements to deployment   Give context to your teams Roadmapping has always been a dirty word in agile circles. In some ways it feels inherently waterfall to plan a 6, 12, or 18 month roadmap for the team. I'm here to tell you that roadmapping is a good thing. It gives the organization context and shared direction

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The all-new control chart makes it easy for teams to better understand their delivery pipeline to help optimize their process. It highlights differences in estimate and delivery time so that the team can continually make better estimates and deliver more reliably. Today we're going to explore how it can help your team, but if you haven't read the overview article on new control chart yet, start there. 1. Dig into your data! The new control chart is interactive, which makes it easier to dig into

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I'm excited to announce the release of a new version of the control chart into JIRA Agile Labs. Why am I so excited? The control chart provides insight into day-to-day operations, so scrum and kanban teams can easily spot long-running issues for better flow. The new control chart is interactive, so digging into the details couldn't be easier. JIRA 6.2 enabled new visibility across the development process; branches, commits, pull requests, builds, and deployments.  These new reports make it clearer

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New JIRA Agile reports coming to Labs!

The JIRA Agile team is working on new features that will give teams better insights into their culture and will make retrospectives more data driven. The development team here at Atlassian will be releasing new and updated reports inside of JIRA Agile. These reports will help agile teams understand and make positive change to their agile process. Reports can give teams valuable insights into areas of accomplishment and improvement for your team. Let's take a look at the skeleton of one of our

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