Is your team or organization struggling with Competing Priorities, Stagnation, Empathy, Debt, Poor Communication, Indecisiveness, Lack of Ownership, or something else? The Atlassian team has been there, and they have published an incredible online resource that walks you through how their team has tackled these challenges.
The Atlassian Team Playbook is their 'no-bullshit guide to unleashing your team's potential' in step-by-step instructions for tracking your team's health, and new ways of working ("plays") that build your Get $#!τ Done™ muscle. Use the plays on their own, or in concert with Atlassian tools. This ain't your CEPO's management book. It's by teams, for teams - any team.
Russell Zera will walk the Philly AUG through the Atlassian Team Playbook and highlight the power and benefit this amazing tool can have for your teams and company.
Bring a friend to AUG, they don't need to be an Atlassian user to get the benefit of this topic!
Russell is a Manager of Agile Delivery at Elsevier Inc. Russell has 11 years of Atlassian tool experience, primarily in JIRA and Confluence, with 8 years of experience administering Atlassian environments.Read More
Russell is a Manager of Agile Delivery at Elsevier Inc., the world-leading provider of information solutions that enhance the performance of science, health, and technology professionals, empowering them to make better decisions, and deliver better care. Russell has had extensive agile experiences in the Developer, Scrum Master and Product Owner roles, and now as an agile coach within Elsevier leadership. Russell has 10 years of Atlassian tool experience, primarily in Jira and Confluence across multiple industries, with 8 years of experience administering Atlassian environments. Russell has consulted countless teams and organizations in standing up new Atlassian instances, best practices in tool use, as well as training their teams in the effective use of the tool for organizations and instances ranging from 10 users to 20,000+. Russell is a leader of the Philadelphia ACE.