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Nice Work! A ServiceRocket Media podcast about the Atlassian ecosystem, features technologists, business experts, and other interesting leaders, thinkers, and voices in the Atlassian Ecosystem. The show is about the innovative and collaborative work people do using the Atlassian Suite. This podcast is produced by ServiceRocket Media, a division of ServiceRocket, a global software adoption company, based in Silicon Valley.

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Nice Work! A ServiceRocket Media podcast about the Atlassian ecosystem, features technologists, business experts, and other interesting leaders, thinkers, and voices in the Atlassian Ecosystem. The show is about the innovative and collaborative work people do using the Atlassian Suite. This podcast is produced by ServiceRocket Media, a division of ServiceRocket, a global software adoption company, based in Silicon Valley.

    064 Running Effective Meetings

    064 Running Effective Meetings

    Find out how we use the Atlassian Cloud to run a 24/7 growing company, across 7 offices around the world. In this webinar recording, we talk about how to leverage powerful methodologies such as Traction, GTD, Rockefeller Habits and OKRs to ​drive clarity and alignment in your team and how to use the Atlassian Cloud to implement these methodologies. 

    • 46 min
    063 Building a Responsive Organization

    063 Building a Responsive Organization

    We at ServiceRocket have identified and embraced that being a responsive organization is essential to keep evolving. In this webinar recording, you will learn how moving to Jira Cloud made it easier for us.
    And to learn more about responsive organizations, go to responsive.org. 

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    062 Architecting a Successful Jira Cloud Migration

    062 Architecting a Successful Jira Cloud Migration

    If you've been running your Atlassian stack on Server or Data Center, you've probably heard the buzz about migrating to Cloud. But rather than just telling you about the benefits of moving to Cloud — better cost control, easier upgrades, and effortless scale – we want to show you why it's the smart move by walking you through our own experience with the upgrade.
    That's right, even Atlassian Solution Partners like ServiceRocket have realized the promise of Atlassian Cloud and are leading our customers to sustainable business success through actions, not words.
    Join ServiceRocket CEO, Rob Castaneda, and other ServiceRocket leaders for a first-hand account of our upgrade to Atlassian Cloud experience and get a better understanding of:
    The business challenges that led us to Cloud The tipping point that finally made the decision for us How we're planning and deploying our new Atlassian instance How a move to Cloud serves our business now and in the future Plus a bunch of funny and not so funny anecdotes that came out along the way.

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    061 Sandy Mamoli Self-Organizing Teams, Self-Selection, Self-Organizing Organizations, and Holacracies

    061 Sandy Mamoli Self-Organizing Teams, Self-Selection, Self-Organizing Organizations, and Holacracies

    I was just following the Agile Australia conference hashtag (#agileaus) on Twitter when Sandy's name came up. When I read about her conference talk is saw words like self-organizing teams. OK. I know that one. That's what scrum teams do well. But then I saw the term self-selection. Self-selection? Does than mean I can put myself on my team at work I want? Mostly, yes, according to Sandy Mamoli. And Sandy knows about self-selection. She wrote the book on it, "Creating Great Teams: How Self-Selection Lets People Excel." Obviously, I had to get her on the show to talk about it. Sandy Mamoli is an Agile coach and founder of Nomad8, a small but perfectly formed Agile consultancy in Auckland, New Zealand. She's a former Olympian, a geek, a gadget junkie, international keynote speaker. She has a masters degree in artificial intelligence and knows quite a lot about Agile. As you can tell from the interview, I didn't know anything. This interview truly was about me asking Sandy a bunch of questions to learn how self-selection is creating organizations of the future. 
    Learn more about Sandy: 
    About her session at Agile Australia: http://agileaustralia.com.au/2019/speakers/sandy-mamoli/ Her company, Nomad8: https://nomad8.com Her slides on Holacracy: https://nomad8.com/articles/holacracy-slides/ Sandy actually implemented this stuff: https://www.slideshare.net/smamol/how-i-tried-holacracy-and-lived-to-tell-the-tale-151317408 A more detailed write up on Holacracy: https://nomad8.com/uploads/pdf/Holocracy_How_I_survived_to_Tell_The_Tale_article.pdf  
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    060 Pamela Meyer Agility is Responding to Unplanned Situations in an Organized Way

    060 Pamela Meyer Agility is Responding to Unplanned Situations in an Organized Way

    The majority of executives say that agility is a critical organizational capability, says Pamela Meyer, author of Agility Shift: Creating Agile and Effective Leaders, Teams, and Organizations. The irony is that most organizations aren't agile. They aren't doing it. If they are doing it, it's coming from a mindset that isn't agile. That's a hard pill to swallow. Leaders know they have to be more agile, responsive, and nimble. But there is still a belief that agility is risky. "What if we make bad decisions?" This is the wrong mindset because actually agility is about minimizing risk while delivering value faster to customers. We talk to Pamela about how organizations can shift their collective mindsets and become more agile. 
    Learn more about Pamela:
    Pamela's Website: https://pamela-meyer.com/ Her Book: https://www.amazon.com/Agility-Shift-Creating-Effective-Organizations/dp/1629560707/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1431653481&sr=8-1&keywords=the+agility+shift The Agility Shift Inventory: https://pamela-meyer.com/agility-shift-inventory/ On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pamelameyerphd/  
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    059 Becky Flint Responsive PPM Keeps Product Managers Sane in an Insane World

    059 Becky Flint Responsive PPM Keeps Product Managers Sane in an Insane World

    Becky Flint, co-founder and CEO of Dragonboat.io, joins Nice Work to talk about how to bring strategy and execution together in the product development lifecycle using a process called Responsive Portfolio Program Management (Responsive PPM). Dragonboat has a tight integration with Jira, and if Jira represents the execution cycle, Dragonboat represents the strategic cycle. We dive deep into Responsive PPM and how it can help product teams deal with the onslaught of competing priorities that they deal with every day... and keep their sanity.
    Learn more about Becky and Dragonboat.io: 
    Dragonboat website: https://dragonboat.io/ Her presentation slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1CzE5pAjPnIz1WrNjk9uW06ufkcq4fc-PzZtcfHI2Oao/edit#slide=id.p On Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beckyflint/  
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