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Conscious Leadership Series #5: Speaking Candidly

Culture

Welcome back to my series on Conscious Leadership! In this series, I'm going to summarize some key principles from a book I read earlier this year: The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership by Jim Dethmer, Diana[...]

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Working with WSJF Part 2: WSJF in Jira

Software Development, Agile

By Bob Wen

If you remember from my previous blog article, we saw how the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) used Weighted Shortest Job First (WSJF) as its mechanism for prioritization.

Whether you are getting ready for[...]

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A New Year with Trello: Goal Tracking with Trello Cards

Atlassian, Trello

By JoJo Salazar

It’s the New Year! It’s time to reflect, to think about what went well in 2018...

...and what could have gone better.

The New Year brings us an optimistic start and fresh outlook. Ahh…

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The Right Communication is Key

Culture, Managed Services

Technology is amazing! It allows us as human beings to do so many things and to stay connected like no other age in the history of the world. Social media and other modes of communication allow us to know what someone[...]

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Make More Work Flow in Your Workflows

Jira, Bitbucket

Guest Contributor: Mary Ramirez

Every Jira Software project is accompanied by a workflow. If it's a new project, then you have the generic out of the box workflow. For seasoned projects, you may have realized that the[...]

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How to Ace the ACP-600 Project Administration in Jira Server

Atlassian, Jira

Guest Contributor: Mary Ramirez

Let's chat Atlassian Certifications! Do you manage and configure your organization's projects in Jira? Are you eager to become certified and show your expertise?

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4 Secrets of Highly Performing Jira Project Administrators

Atlassian, Jira, Agile

Guest Contributor: Mary Ramirez

As an Atlassian Support Lead, I often speak to clients about implementing best practices for their Jira instance. Some are new to Atlassian products, others are experiencing a large[...]

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There’s a Power-Up for that

Atlassian, Jira, Trello

Guest Contributor: Mary Ramirez

So you’re using Trello at work, at home and to track your new DIY crafts. The family and co-workers are all on board and everything is organized, color coded and has a due date. But still[...]

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Death by a Thousand Cuts - The Dangerous Division of Developer's Time

Software Development, Agile

Reading through the /r/agile subreddit the other day, I recently came across the following question:

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