- 📌 Atlassian Analytics Open Beta
- 🧑🎓 Enrolment in select courses temporarily frozen until September 26, 2022
- 📍️ Praecipio Consulting Acquires Coyote Creek
- 📈 Improved queue performance in Jira Service Management
- 🗓 Weekly Atlassian Events Roundup
- 📽 Nikki's Webinar - How to Prioritize Your Projects
- 📚 Article of the week: The Johari Window: a fresh take on self-reflection
Great news if you want to take your work to the next level with Atlassian Cloud Enterprise products!
Atlassian Analytics and Data Lake are now in Open Beta. This means that if you're on Jira Enterprise, you can start taking advantage of these new products.
Why the hype, you would ask? Atlassian is launching a platform to enable you to unleash the raw power of reporting. Bring all your work data under a centralized roof with the new Data Lake. And create valuable insights using the Atlassian Analytics dashboards.
Atlassian announced his exciting new tool at Team 22 in April. Since then, the Analytics team has been hard at work getting feedback from early access users. They made the Data Lake connections and chart creation simpler and enabled more analytics based on early feedback. Now, the tool is stable and is open for proper usage.
The Atlassian team added a feedback button on the platform. You can drop suggestions while still in Beta and share your feedback at the open community group.
If you're keen to give it a try, add the product to your organization or ask your admin to do it. And invite your team. You should be ok to use it in production.
It seems they're not planning any major migrations of data, so the Beta version is stable for proper use now.
Now to the big changes that are coming to the Atlassian University.
The Atlassian team is updating the pricing of many courses to cost up to 90% less.
While doing the price update, you won't be able to enroll in the majority of paid courses until September 26.
There are many free courses you can take in the meantime. And some of the most popular paid courses are still available.
Thinking of taking Atlassian certification?
Set a reminder for September 27 and check out the new updated course prices.
Let's hop into some exciting news for the Atlassian ecosystem.
Coyote Creek is joining forces with Praecipio Consulting to become one of the biggest Platinum Atlassian Solution Partners in North America.
The team is determined to help customers transform their businesses in Cloud through DevOps consulting and IT service management.
Congratulations to both companies for this exciting partnership! We're looking forward to seeing impressive future initiatives and achievements.
If you're an Atlassian customer looking for a partner to help you with your digital transformation, visit Praecipito Consulting's website to get in touch.
Now, let's have a look at the latest update announcement to Jira Service Management.
If you come across many issues with Jira Service Management, you'll be happy to hear that the Atlassian team improved its performance.
They increased the speed of loading issue counts and issue queues.
These changes will be rolled out gradually from 23rd August until 16th October.
We start the week with two events organized by Atlassian.
➡️ A webinar about Trello and how you and your company can collaborate and stay productive using the tool.
➡️ A fireside chat with experts from Bitbucket Pipelines, CircleCI, Harness, and Octopus Deploy, sharing tips and tricks about CICD.
As for partner-organized and ACE events, there are some notable meetups, you wouldn't want to miss.
It's going to be a great week of events. Do navigate to Goosly for all the details!
As a project manager, you know that juggling multiple projects can be challenging.
It's important to prioritize them so that you can focus on the most important ones first.
But where do you start? In this talk, you will learn about the best prioritization framework for your projects, how to use them and when. But not only that! You will also learn to create your prioritization method with factors unique to your project.
Why Attend? You will learn about frameworks that will help maximize project value and how to create a custom weighted prioritization framework.
📚 Article of the week: The Johari Window: a fresh take on self-reflection
As the article of the week, we chose The Johari Window: a fresh take on self-reflection.
You can use this technique for your team-building exercise and get to know each other better. The Johari window technique can help you get a better understanding of yourself and how others see you.
People tend to think that they are self-aware but as research shows, only 10 to 15% of people are actually self-aware.
The Johari technique is quite simple: you get a list of adjectives from which you choose 5-6 that describe you well. Then send this list to your team and let them choose the ones that they feel fit you best.
Draw a quadrant with 4 boxes and categorize the adjectives. You'll find the ones that both you and your team agree on. You'll also see the hidden area - adjectives that you selected but your team didn't. And define the blind spots - the ones that your team used but you didn't.
Use this tool to find out what you could work on to improve. It also helps you find the qualities you didn't know you have.