Learn for Jira is an app that provides access to Adaptavist's full training catalog both through courses and search, all within your Jira instance. Adaptavist's eLearning is best-in-class and teaches you not just what happens when you click a button but also best practices: when you should click the button, who you should talk with first, why you should (or shouldn't) click it, and what the impacts and implications of configuration and design decisions are. In this presentation, Matthew will talk about onboarding your users to both Jira and Confluence, ongoing support using eLearning resources, demo Learn for Jira, and answer any questions you might have about Atlassian onboarding and education.
Swanly - Not long ago we announce Project Black Swan which is reinventing project plans, pushing the bar in terms of value and experience delivered by Jira apps in the cloud environment.
This new version of Swanly code-named Project Black Swan is a go-to hub for planning, tracking, and managing work in Jira. Its centralized access to information across Jira projects.. is designed in such a way as to bring clarity, structure, and visibility over your work in Jira.
We will look at how Swanly can help your teams, what the main purpose of such a tool is and how it compares to Atlassian's own Advance Roadmaps and other tools on the market.
Why Measuring Engineering is Hard and 5 KPIs to Help - Jellyfish is developing the world's leading Engineering Management Platform which unifies disparate data from various sources like Jira, Github, Slack, Google Calendar and helps some of the world's leading tech companies like Toast, New Relic, DataRobot, and Mastercard better measure and optimize their engineering efforts. In this short overview, their head of global sales Ben Solari will share the problem his company is helping solve and 5 KPIs they are seeing emerge as helpful indicators.
Head of Learning and Development
Jexo has helped shape up the PPM landscape in Jira Cloud, by offering the tools needed to improve the way work is delivered across teams and departments. The Jexo team is passionate about everything SaaS-related, which includes building cloud apps that extend functionality and solve core PM problems for Atlassian users. All Jexo tools reflect an absolute focus on quality output and customer success.
Matthew is the head of Learning and Development at Adaptavist. His main focuses are Adaptavist's training program, their e-learning platform Adaptavist Learn, and their product documentation.
Matthew also helped write Atlassian's certification exams and their study materials, and he currently holds 4 Atlassian certifications and 2 badges. He has been working with Jira and Confluence for over 10 years.
He lives in Springfield, Missouri where he spends most of his spare time with his new baby son, Simon, and his wife April, along with their dog and two cats.