As organizations look to accelerate their speed to market and partnership capabilities, there is a growing realization that high-velocity organizations focus on enabling continuous flow through an end-to-end value chain rather than focusing on optimizing silos. This concept is a key theme of DevOps as well as the newly published ITIL 4 Value Chain as it moves from an individual process perspective to an integrated value co-creation.
However, most if not all IT organizations struggle with a silo mentality around culture, processes, and tools. Centers of excellence too often become the center of isolation further entrenching stand-alone processes and critical data in significantly impeding the goals of speed to market and digital transformation.
Watch our previous webinars:
Watch this news breaking webinar Miles Faulkner and George Spalding discuss the evolution of ITIL 4 and Atlassian’s Jira Service Management. It’s been nearly a year now since we had Troy DuMoulin with us to discuss velocity across the enterprise and we wanted to revisit ITIL 4’s progress to date.
Who are the movers and shakers, a special segment on Appfire, and the implications for customers and vendors? This webinar will cover all major categories of the marketplace including category leaders, analysis of free vs. paid, the most interesting use cases. We will be highlighting fast-moving categories and apps which will help organizations understand better how best to leverage their Atlassian investment.
As a development team scales up, Jira’s default ticket hierarchy (epic/story/sub-task) can lead to a project visibility problem: You can’t see the forest for the trees. Watch this webinar to learn how BlueCat visualizes their work, and tames scale and complexity.
As the fastest growing category on the Marketplace, Jira users are increasingly recognizing the time saving and productivity boosting potential that integration applications have. In this category report we outline the wide array of integration apps available to Jira users while also giving our take on the most popular and fastest movers in this space.
Watch our webinar about the Atlassian Marketplace Reporting category on all things Reporting in Jira and Confluence. Who are the main players and fast movers? How big is this category and what are the main use cases?
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.
Our recent webinar was on “Planning! Planning! Planning!”. Planning is a hugely significant category and we thought that it was about time for a recap, especially with recent developments–in particular Jira Work Management. Here’s our summary of all of the main points from the webinar:
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.
Watch our webinar to learn how to accelerate your Atlassian Cloud journey. At Blended Perspectives, we regularly perform much more complex migrations: supported and unsupported apps, custom workarounds, data clean up, and of course, finally getting you to the cloud. If you’re considering migrating to Cloud, you’ll be able to learn from our experience including tips and tricks.
Join us for a review of portal technologies for Atlassian-based environments, answering what can be a surprisingly tricky question: how role-workers can get into context to work.
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