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Managing the Dumpster Fire: How Business Teams Adapted During the Pandemic

St. Louis
Wed, Aug 18, 2021, 4:00 PM (CDT)

39 RSVP'ed

Learn how Atlassian tools helped HR, Marketing, Legal, and Facilities teams bring visibility to their work and deliver value faster. Bryan Darr demonstrates the most effective Atlassian solutions for a rapidly evolving environment.

About this event

Learn how Atlassian tools helped HR, Marketing, Legal, and Facilities teams bring visibility to their work and deliver value faster. Bryan Darr demonstrates the most effective Atlassian solutions for a rapidly evolving environment.  

In our continuing efforts to fit most attendees' interests and needs, we are trying something new;  scheduling a 45min meeting (vs an hour) that starts in the late afternoon (4 pm)

So, if you are going into the office these days, you can enjoy the meeting while still in the office (block it now and it hopefully will not conflict with any office meetings) and head home after.  If you are working at home, it's at a time that shouldn't conflict with most dinner plans and it's not after dinner when you are already with your families and it's hard to break away. 

Let us know how it goes and also interested how many may be interested in an in-person event, maybe one in the fall?  Maybe one that is in a covered outdoor patio?  When you register through the Zoom link, we do ask one question about your comfort for meeting in person this fall, just to get a sense if it may be something worthwhile to plan.

Please join us, via Zoom, on Wednesday, August 18, at 4pm.  


Thanks in advance!

Speaker

  • Bryan Darr

    Bryan Darr

    Expium

    Solutions Architect

When

Wednesday, Aug 18
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM (CDT)

Group Leader

  • Tom Crespi

    Tom Crespi

    Oasis Digital

    Atlassian User Group Leader

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