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Atlassian Jira Aug 15
Replying to @andrewjb44
Congrats, Andrew! πŸ™Œ
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Atlassian Statuspage Aug 14
Learn from great teams & celebrate the humans that keep your favorite services running on our new hub. Submit your own incident tips & stories for a free HugOps poster. Our favorite submission in August will win a fun prize πŸ€—πŸŽ
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Atlassian Jira Aug 9
Replying to @IfrahWaqar
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Atlassian Jira Aug 8
Agile gives teams the freedom to fail. What's one thing you like about your practice? Tweet with or come by our booth at
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Atlassian Jira Aug 8
Replying to @alexforsythe
We've put a lot of thought into the improvements so that means a lot to the team. πŸ™ Thanks so much, Alex!
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Vaibhav Aug 6
Great way to get industry/organization wide feedback. Thank you !
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Atlassian Jira Aug 7
Replying to @MDEVdigital
Thanks so much! πŸ™
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Atlassian Jira Aug 7
Replying to @MDEVdigital
Awesome, team! We'll have more fun improvements coming your way soon! πŸ’™
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Atlassian Jira Aug 7
This feedback is sparking lots of discussion at our board during ! Come by the booth from 12-2pm and let's hash it out!
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
A huge thank you to and for the opportunity to learn and share!
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @jeffsutherland
So to summarize 's key takeaway from , teams should use Jira software to track their process efficiency(with the goal of increasing it) AND should be more diligent in their prioritization of valuable user stories. Easy, right?
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @jeffsutherland
The tricky part is that only *valuable* stories count, and 's research shows that only 25% of an org's user stories are valuable to the end customer. This is where strong and thoughtful prioritization comes in.
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @jeffsutherland
The average team is at 5% percent process efficiency, i.e. the average takes 20 days to complete. shares that if you can increase your process efficiency to 50%, you'll double your velocity.
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @Jira
Process efficiency is the number of value-add work items(Stories or issues) divided by the number of calendar days it takes to complete them. So 1 story per day is 100% efficiency.
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Great talk at ! shared that process efficiency is the most important metric for and teams, and that software is the best way to track it!
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @emibreton @domprice
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Thanks! Check it out:
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
Replying to @paulmdone
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Atlassian Jira Aug 6
You heard it first during 's keynote at , Come to the booth and participate in the
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