In this article, we explore creating a business Sub-Epic in a JIRA Core customized project. Business Sub-Epics are created to provide more detailed requirements information of some aspect of a previously defined Business Epic.Read More
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Let's begin by exploring the topic of writing an Agile business Epic. Our first task is to write a business Epic that captures key elements of the business need for a team calendar application.Read More
In 'Choosing the Best Group Calendar Solution for JIRA Core Cloud', I discussed two add-on Confluence calendar applications and an approach that would integrate a Teamup web calendar with a Confluence page.
Let's suppose that the need for a team calendaring solution was being driven by business stakeholders. Could we apply Agile project management principles to manage a business research and development project, that would enable the selection, configuration and go-live launch of a calendar solution for a business team?Read More
If you're currently using Atlassian's JIRA Core Cloud solution as a collaborative business management platform for your enterprise, chances are you'll soon be in the market for a calendar application that will integrate with JIRA and Confluence.Read More
If the initial project planning, stakeholder orientation and requirements gathering steps are successfully executed, odds are favorable for a JIRA Core Project that will result in measurable and significant increases in speed, efficiency and productivity for the business process owners, managers and others that are engaged in the process.Read More
When used by business teams, JIRA Core integrated and stand-alone workflow-based business applications can manage many aspects of a business enterprise, including human resources, finance and investing, legal, marketing and sales, and business-as-usual operations.Read More