Archives for the tag: Workflow

We built JIRA Core because we realized business and back-office teams could benefit from JIRA in the same ways software teams do. JIRA Core extends the workflow functionality and customizability of JIRA to business teams so they can track work, manage projects, and stay on top of everything. JIRA Core lets business teams define their processes, break down and track issues, and organize work. Issues in JIRA Core can represent all kinds of things: a task, a document... even a person. Just about anything you want to track can be an issue. Read on to see more of the many examples!

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I've been called many things by many people, and "borderline OCD" is one that pops up more frequently than I should probably admit. It's just so satisfying when my own records match those of my bank... when I know the next three turns I need to make when driving to someplace new... when the issues on my agile board perfectly reflect the state of my project. Ahh, bliss. Now, "lazy" is a moniker I've assigned myself on occasion, but always with a wink. I love making computers perform simple tasks

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Project portfolio management with JIRA Agile (1/2)

This article is part of a blog series! Part Title 1 Sprint to Program 2 Program to Portfolio   Can agile scale? Absolutely.  We are going to take a look at project portfolio management for agile teams. Program managers, this blog series is for you. You're charged with being on top of everything going on at your company. You've got to keep executive stakeholders aware of what's going on, and keep tabs on all the teams you're working with. Agile can help, because

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Using workflow awesome

This is the second post in a two-part series about using workflows in JIRA Software. If you haven’t read the first post, Building workflow awesome, go ahead and start there. For those who already read it, this post will answer any questions you might have, as we’ll focus on practical applications to help solidify how to configure and how to use a workflow effectively in your organization. Many of the items that we work with every day have a lifecycle that can be represented within a workflow. Going

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Building an awesome JIRA workflow: concepts and examples

I’m amazed by how many different types of teams use JIRA to manage their workflows.  JIRA’s customizable workflow engine lets you adapt it to all kinds of company cultures – whether small and new, or large and legacy. As your company grows, you develop a unique culture based on how employees work together in teams. And how a team functions is reflected in it’s workflow: a repeatable process that makes it easier for people to work together at scale. Without a doubt, customizing a

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