Jackie Owino & ezTagile Presents...
The Art of Creating the Big Picture with Advanced Roadmaps
(Advanced Roadmaps was formerly called Portfolio for Jira)
Friday, May 21, 12 p.m. (ET)
Take your projects to the next level with the power of advanced roadmaps.
Join Jackie Owino, ezTagile's Principal Atlassian Engineer, as she guides us through some common questions she's received during her 20 years in IT. How can I easily create and manage a digital product roadmap? How can I align my teams to the broader organization's goals and illustrate them to all stakeholders? How can I gain visibility across each of the teams, projects, and products in a single place and see how they all connect?
Learn about the process of creating and defining a good roadmap, one of the most difficult, but important tasks of any strategic planning.
How to visualize and understand dependencies and why this is vital. Dependency management can drive better decision-making, increase agility, and reduces waste across lean-agile teams.
Do you want minimal disruption in your project? Jackie will show you how to plan for different scenarios: best-case through to worst-case while articulating a picture of the potential options and outcomes.
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Meet Our Presenter:
Head of Atlassian Services
Jackie has 20+ years of working in IT, primarily in Software Engineering and Release Management. She has extensive experience leading and coaching organizations in their adoption of Agile frameworks and supporting ALM collaboration tools.
Her extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with Atlassian’s suite of products enables her to effectively tailor savvy solutions to the needs of her clients.
Jackie is an Atlassian Certified Jira Administrator(ACP-100), Atlassian Certified Agile Development with Jira Software (ACP-300) Certified Scaled Agile Framework Agilist (SA®), Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master (CSM®).
Jackie is extremely passionate about driving the advancement of DevOps practices across multiple industries and is active in user groups and forums in Research Triangle Park, NC. She is also an avid reader and enjoys traveling to new places with her family.