Speed, agility, and seamlessness are among the pillars of modern-day project and workflow management for Jira users. To consistently deliver value to Jira users and drive productivity across teams, you need tools with capabilities that can help you work quickly, easily, and flexibly.
As a project manager, you must be able to quickly see, understand, and review a project’s roadmap and timeline, at a high level. A lean, legible project roadmap is a key visual tool for timelining the project and keeping things on track.
Jira users can manage multiple projects simultaneously, both simple and complex. Epic Sum Up (ESU) power-up is a new and powerful Data Visualisation tool that works with Jira to give you a quick visual overview and status of each Project Issue.
In 2020, only 43% of organisations completed projects within a set budget. That shows how important it is to keep an eye on your project costs and expenses. Tracking project costs with Jira can help mitigate the risk of going over the budget. Thanks to its visual tools that have proven effective for collaboration, the whole project team can see the tracked costs via the progress bar.
Jira is already one of the most powerful ticketing and issue management software options available on the market. The Atlassian ecosystem is popular for many Project Managers and teams because Jira and the other Atlassian applications are multi-functional and feature-robust.
Project management isn’t a new concept. As long as there have been tasks to handle and groups of people to organise for those tasks, projects have been managed. In the past and with less advanced technology, drawings, charts, and maps have still always helped us organise information and communicate it in a mutually useful way. […]
Project Managers are multi-taskers by design, but with multiple projects and outcomes happening at once, things can get out of control. Project Management software like Jira and frameworks like Agile and Scrum can help organise things.
Epic Sum Up is a Jira application designed to help Project Managers in DevOps and across the digital landscape better visualise the projects they manage. Epic Sum Up uses progress bars, color coding, and principles of Agile project management to transform an overloaded instance of Jira into a highly visual instant dashboard. Project Managers using […]
In project management, timing is everything. Time is tied to the profits, process and productivity of every project and issue. Quality project management is your organisation’s first defense against budget blow-out and team burnout — but only if time is estimated accurately and at scale. If not, workloads can be made disproportionate and that’s where […]
A notification goes off and the message comes through: another ticket or request sent from somewhere within the company. As the Project Manager (PM), you now have a series of tasks to handle before this issue is passed on to the engineer, creator or support personnel best suited for the job. Initially, it’s crucial to […]