Webinar: Planning Apps in Jira – A Detailed Update
Highlights of the webinar:
- Traditional planning is making a comeback in Jira – growth in the last year is well beyond pure Agile – long live the Gantt!
- Simple Calendar planning and checklists are increasingly popular
- The main players – SoftwarePlant, Tempo and Atlassian – own close to 50% of the market between them
It’s been nearly a year since we first started collecting Marketplace data and we wanted to celebrate by providing a report on the state of the planning category for Jira apps. This analysis does not include the new acquisition Agile Craft (Now Align) or stand-alone planning apps.
Our take on this category is of course that it’s a good idea to support multiple planning approaches; Agile Scrum/Kanban, Waterfall, and Scrumfall. This is not to say that niche planning apps don’t have a place in your portfolio rather is to understand how far they support planning requirements.
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Webinar highlights: Traditional planning is making a comeback in Jira – growth in the last year is well beyond pure Agile – long live the Gantt! Simple Calendar planning and checklists are increasingly popular. The main players – SoftwarePlant, Tempo and Atlassian – own close to 50% of the market between them.
At Blended Perspectives, we’re keen to share our extensive knowledge on all things Atlassian through our webinars and we’re very happy that so many of you choose to join us both live and on-demand. However, we also recognize that in the busy work day many would be viewers struggle to find an hour to set aside. Therefore, from now on all of our webinars will be accompanied by a brief summary that covers all of the key points so no one has to miss out.
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It’s been a while since we covered planning but it was one of our most successful webinars. So we’re gonna give you an update. There been a lot of developments in the category. The most notable being Jira Work Management. We will be doing a comprehensive review of JWM and it’s role vs. 3rd party planning apps. We have some interesting conclusions which suggest a powerful combination of both JWM and heavy-weight planning apps is the best strategy. We will also cover the latest developments in Jira Align.
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