Articles by Atlassian
- How to run a blameless postmortem
The Atlassian team discusses whether blameless postmortems are even possible, the value of effective blameless postmortems, best practices for a blameless culture, and an internal success story.
- Capacity Planning: A Step-by-Step Guide and Template
This guide to capacity planning has 3 steps: 1. Set the stage: what will capacity planning be used for? 2. Build out a typical week's work for each individual 3. Summarize how time is being spent 4. Agree on next steps
- Atlassian Team Playbook: Project Poster
Atlassian's project poster template focuses on understanding: 1) What problem you're solving and why it matters to customers 2) Assumptions that guide the project, and how they've been validated
- Atlassian's Customer Interview Process
This article gets hands-on about how to structure a 60-minute interview with housekeeping, warm-up questions, meaty questions, observer questions, turning the tables, and wrap-up.
- DACI: a decision-making framework
DACI is a framework that can help you male effective and efficient group decisions. The acronym is used to describe the role of each team member in a meeting or project: • Driver: The one person who will be responsible for following a process to get the team to a decision. • Approver: The person(s) who has final say on the decision. • Contributor: The person(s) who have knowledge that will inform the decision-making process. • Informed: The person(s) affected by the decision who isn’t directly involved in making the decision.
- Feature Kick-off Meeting
Atlassian's team explains what a feature kick-off meeting is and why it is worth having. Their kick-off meeting includes: • Feature overview • Team feedback • User journey walkthrough • Critiques and alternate solutions
- How to Run an Agile Retrospective Meeting with Examples
This article explains what is a retrospective meeting, why you want to have them, and how to run one. The how-to section covers prep work and 4 steps during the meeting, including tips, anti-patterns to avoid, and alternate approaches.