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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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In this episode of Integration Talks, a podcast on everything integration, Francis hosts Steve Morgan from Syniad IT to discuss the challenges of integration. Steve specializes in the assessment, design, build, and implementation of IT Operating Models, using frameworks such as Service Management (ITSM) and Service Integration & Management (SIAM) i…
 
The direction of travel is cloud, and in this episode of our podcast, Atlassian experts Paul Renshaw, Gary Blower, and Matt Muschol discuss how Atlassian users can focus more on their core business. Why not download this episode and listen on the go to find out: The definition of cloud. Digital hoarding and how migrating only necessary data can imp…
 
In this episode of Integration Talks, a podcast on everything integration, Francis hosts Jeffrey Tefertiller to discuss ITIL and cross-company integration. Jeffrey founded Service Management Leadership to help organizations, large and small, achieve their Service Management and Business Continuity goals and aspirations. He is an ITIL Expert (v3) an…
 
In this episode of Integration Talks, a podcast on everything integration, Francis hosts Rob Akershoek to discuss ITIL 4 & agile integration. Rob is an IT Management Consultant with expertise in a wide range of topics: DevOps, IT4IT, IT Service Management (ITIL), Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), Enterprise Architecture (TOGAF) …
 
In this episode of Integration Talks, a podcast on everything integration, Francis hosts Claire Agutter to discuss SIAM. Claire is a service management trainer, consultant, and author. She is the director at ITSM Zone, providing accredited eLearning in ITIL, DevOps, BRM, and more. She's also the director of Scopism, the publisher of the SIAM Founda…
 
This episode is led by Solution Architect, Gary Blower. Gary is highly knowledgeable on Atlassian products and software as a whole and in this recording he covers all there is to know about Jira Service Management — the new and improved version of Jira Service Desk. The Future of Service Management — Jira Service Management covers: The evolution of…
 
In this episode of Integration Talks, a podcast on everything integration, Francis hosts Chuck Tomasi to discuss ServiceNow IntgerationHub. Chuck is a senior developer advocate at ServiceNow and also an author, IT professional, podcast host, and in his free time, a martial artist! About this episode: The roadmap around integrations What is Integrat…
 
In this episode, Chief Revenue Officer Paul Renshaw and Technical Customer Success Manager Jake Churcher, discuss the benefits of having a support service that helps Atlassian users on every platform, including Atlassian Cloud. If you’re looking for a solution to take the pressure off of your IT team listen now. The topics covered include: The avai…
 
Another week, another Integration Talks episode! In the second episode, Francis Martens hosts Ryan Lunka from Blended Edge. Ryan is the co-founder and CEO at Blended Edge, a company with the goal of helping software teams deliver integrations faster, easier, and more cost-effectively. He’s a former head of product and COO of an integration software…
 
This is the very first episode of Integration Talks, a podcast where we discuss everything software integration with thought leaders and experts across industries. In this episode, the podcast host and Exalate CEO, Francis Martens, discusses a few topics regarding ITIL with Alexander Schmidt, an ITIL 4 trainer & owner of Value Insights with more th…
 
In this podcast, we’re joined by three working professionals who discuss what working from home means to each of them. Many businesses have been forced to go remote as a result of Coronavirus; Christina Bush who has been working from home for more than 25 years, discusses the impact it is having on those not so familiar with the practice, such as E…
 
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.…
 
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 wit…
 
Hear exclusively from CEO, Gerald Tombs, as he delves into the challenges surrounding private and public sector cloud. Topics covered in this episode: Resourcing – The gap in technically skilled workers. Security – Ensuring products and data hosted are secure. Data sovereignty – Where data is physically stored. Market leaders – Who to choose and wh…
 
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 …
 
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 pil…
 
Content Marketing Executive, Naz Karimi, interviews Solution Architect and Project Management expert, Marie Kent. Integrating Mavenlink with Jira allows teams to continue using Jira in their day-to-day activities, and aggregates data to produce robust and customised plans and reports. Don’t miss Marie answering some of the most important questions:…
 
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 repres…
 
Chief Technology Officer Matt Muschol is back with another podcast episode relating to Clearvision’s cloud hosting offering, ClearHost. This time he covers the partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Find out how Clearvision came to deliver hosting powered by AWS, and the work that’s being done to help customers migrate, build, design, and mana…
 
Fred Fowler changed the way I think about agile. And specifically how I think about scrum. He helped me realize that scrum is for projects that require you to figure it out. That's why scrum works so well for software projects because the speed and frequency at which software needs to be shipped, we are always figuring it out. Waterfall methods of …
 
Keith Mattes, senior program manager / Gainsight administrator at Pearson, joins Nice Work to talk about how reduce support case resolution connecting Jira and Salesforce. Along the way, he also broke down silos by connecting development teams with customer support teams. He did this in the face of organizational resistance. As in most organization…
 
Genevieve Blanch, partner manager at Refined joins the show to talk about the importance of making sure users can find the information they need...whether on Confluence or Jira Service Desk. The thing about highly customizable software Jira and Confluence is that it can become seemingly disorganized over time. To prevent this, it is important to pr…
 
Help desks are not the only teams that take and fulfill requests from employees in organizations. Marketing teams are asked to approve copy. Facilities teams are asked to fix broken doors. Legal teams are asked to review contracts. The difference is that help desk teams do not have a reputation of being a black hole. Everyone knows that they can fi…
 
Anthony Coppedge is a certified agile leadership coach, holds a few agile certifications, a former director of marketing, and currently an agile marketing consultant. He has also used Jira in various roles during his career and we are going to talk about Anthony about business teams using agile, jira, and the trials and tribulations teams go throug…
 
Marie Kent is a consultant & solutions architect at Clearvision, an Atlassian Solutions Partner. She is also a certified agile coach, SAFe Program Consultant (SPC), and a certified scrum master. She is also certified in three Atlassian disciplines: agile development with Jira Software, Jira Service Desk and, Jira Project Administration. We met Mari…
 
We took Helping Sells Radio on the road to the Gainsight Pulse Conference 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, speakers, and conference attendees about their experience at Pulse and maybe a few other things. In this episode, we talk to Keith Mattes, former Jira administrator, Gainsight administrator and program manager at Pearson. Keith…
 
We met Kimberly Deal at Atlassian Summit 2019. Actually, we met her in the conference app a week before Summit. We planned to meet in person, but we both got so busy it never happen. So we met up with her after Summit and pressed record. We had a fun conversation. Kimberly is a 2X certified Atlassian professional and is working on her third. She is…
 
If you do one thing today, you must listen to this episode. It will restore your faith in our younger generations. Big time. You may recall from episode 34 that we interviewed Jeff Tillett, Senior Build and Release Engineering Manager at AppDynamics and Dallas Atlassian User Group (AUG) Leader from the floor at Atlassian Summit. After that intervie…
 
Chief Innovation Officer Simon Wood and Chief Revenue Officer Paul Renshaw, continue their discussion on the emergence of the gig economy. With more people seeking contract work, Clearvision’s sister company ClearHub (responsible for connecting businesses with the world’s best Atlassian contractors) is only expected to grow. Using both personal and…
 
Gillian Rourke is an avid user of both Confluence and Jira. In fact, her role at KPMG UK is in part to translate client project business requirements into Jira projects and Confluence space and then onboard and training both KPMG engagement teams and the clients they will invite into the Jira project and Confluence space for the project. Most of us…
 
Joanna Thurmann, Atlassian Certified Professional and ServiceRocket technical trainer, joins Nice Work! to recap her Atlassian Summit 2019 experience. We talked about three things. First, we talked about gratitude at work. Shawn Achor gave a keynote talk about happiness and one of the things we can all do at work (one thing we actually have control…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Matthew Denny, UX Designer, Problem Solver, Transformation Advocate, and Bureaucracy Slayer. He also works for NAVAIR, which is…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Pawel Mazur and Jacek Wizmur-Szymczak from Spartez. This is an entertaining and educational look into the Spartez culture, and …
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to: Adam Saint-Prix, Senior Manager, Technical Account Management Bhushan Nagaraj, Principal Technical Account Manager Kathryn Gri…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Daniel Schillace, Training Sales Advocate and Robert Bleeker, Education Manager both from Atlassian University about getting ce…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Bob Swift of Bob Swift Atlassian Add-ons and Appfire. We talked to Bob about how he identified and figured out how to solve all…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Stefan Kleineikenscheidt CEO of K15t about document management in Confluence. Rob and Stefan talked about how ServiceRocket cou…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Andreas Knecht Co-Founder of Code Barrel about automation in Jira. We also talked about Code Barrel’s 4 day work week and how w…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Roberto Dominguez Founder and CEO of Comalatech. The wine was flowing at the Comalatech booth and Roberto was very eager to sha…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Vidar Svansson Chief Product Officer at Tempo about learning Tempo products in-product, directly in the Jira menu which makes i…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Martin Seibert Founder and CEO of //SEIBERT/MEDIA. Rob and Martin catch up after a year and argue of the relevance of intranets…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Nicholas Muldoon, co-CEO of EasyAgile and Teagan Harbridge, Product Manager at EasyAgile about the AgileCraft acquisition, what…
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talked to Jeff Tillett, Dallas AUG Leader AND DevOps Build and Release Engineering Manager at AppDynamics AND conference App leaderboard …
 
We took the Nice Work! Podcast on the road to Atlassian Summit 2019 to talk with ecosystem partners, customers, and conference attendees about their experience at Summit and many other things. In this episode, we talk to Jaime Capitel from DEISER, an Atlassian Ecosystem Partner based in Spain. We were also joined by Genevieve Blanch from Refined...…
 
On this episode of Nice Work! An Atlassian Ecosystem Podcast, ServiceRocket technical consultant Daniel Weinberg talks about AgileCraft; what the latest Atlassian acquisition means for agile practices, how it fits into the Atlassian ecosystem, how might this improve Atlassian support for scaled agile and who should consider looking into AgileCraft.…
 
Justin Alex Paramanandan, ServiceRocket technical consultant out of our Sydney office joins Nice Work! to talk about OpsGenie. We talk about what it is, where it fits in the Atlassian toolset and who should consider using it and why. If you are not yet registered for Atlassian Summit: Get a 20% discount when you use the code TAKE20TEAM619 at regist…
 
Chief Innovation Officer Simon Wood and Chief Revenue Officer Paul Renshaw, discuss the emergence of the gig economy in all its forms. With more millennials seeking contract work, Clearvision’s sister company ClearHub is only expected to expand. Using both personal and professional examples, Simon and Paul take a deep dive into the topic, leaving l…
 
On this episode of Nice Work, Foogie Sim, Technical Atlassian Consultant from the ServiceRocket office in London, talked about why customers are switching from ServiceNow to Jira Service Desk and why he talked a marketing team from using Jira Software into using Jira Service Desk. Wait! What? A marketing team using Jira Software. Jira Service Desk?…
 
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