This webinar covers all the essentials of what makes a world-class PPM in terms of processes and tools. By architecting Jira and Confluence with a range of additional apps we can show how real-time consolidated reporting can be achieved reducing integration costs and complexity, huge savings in PM administrative time, improving tactical team performance and a range of other benefits.
We cover project intake, estimation, project record management, project execution including agile, portfolio management, virtual PMO processes, and budget management. This is packed full of value – can’t wait for us all to get together virtually!
Watch our previous webinars:
Webinar – Cost Management in Jira Cloud – How to gain visibility into project costs, revenue, and overall health in Jira
Watch an webinar where we discuss discuss the Tempo Team how to use Tempo’s new financial tracking solution – Cost Tracker for Tempo Timesheets in Jira Cloud for fluid cost tracking.
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.
Jira & Confluence are the platforms of choice for over 60,000 organizations. Worldwide, millions of knowledge workers use customized Atlassian workspaces tailored to their departmental and teams’ needs.
Our recent webinar was on Issue Cross-Referencing Apps. There are many reasons to link issues, and many ways to do so. Furthermore, issue-linking provides the foundational capability for many of our solution blueprints, from PPM to GRC and beyond. In this webinar recap we’ll go over all of the main points from the webinar such as the key use-cases for linking issues, third-party apps that provide this functionality, data catalogues, asset records in Jira, requests from Service Management, and the power and limitations of object graphing.
There are many reasons to link issues, and many ways to do so. To use Insight or not? Customers still often ask this question. Issue-linking provides the foundational capability for many of our solution blueprints, from PPM to GRC and beyond. We will review many of the key use-cases for linking issues and third-party apps that provide this functionality. We’ll cover data catalogues, asset records in Jira, requests from Service Management, and the power and limitations of object graphing.
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:
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.
We recently ran a webinar on Portal apps for Jira and Confluence. Portal apps can be key to bringing context to work for role-workers and helping individuals feel a sense of orientation, especially in large corporate settings. Here’s a recap of all of the main points from the webinar: