All posts by Martin Seibert

Real integration: The interaction of JIRA, Stash and Bamboo

During the most recent meeting of the Atlassian Enterprise Clubs by //SEIBERT/MEDIA, Jens Schumacher, the Group Product Manager of Atlassian Dev-Tools in Sydney, was our guest for a couple of days. In an interview, he directly demonstrates the close links between JIRA, Stash and Bamboo – from issues over branches, pull-requests and tests until the successful, quality assured shipment of a change in the main codebase.

How to properly escalate issues with Atlassian

Every company has individual needs regarding its internal systems, wants special features and finds bugs, that are unnoticed by other organisations, due to specific workflows. Atlassian listens to its customers and offers a variety of possibilities to report certain issues to the developer teams and to take forward the implementation. What you can do, if you want to escalate an issue, is shown here.

The Wiki Gardener: Tasks and Requirements

The idea of a wiki gardener is outstanding. There is hardly a company that is not delighted by this principle. But only a few companys actually transform this concept systematically and successfully. In doing so, it is generally no drama to recruit a gardener internally, and entrust him regularly with appropriate work. All you have to know is what a so called wiki gnome does, and why and who fits to the job profile.

Factors for the Success of Wikis 3: Overcoming Resistance from the Company Culture

From dozens of enterprise Wiki projects, we know that the successful introduction of a Wiki into a company typically depends on three factors: technology; organization; and culture. In the first of these three articles we focused on the requirements of technology. The second of these articles focused on organizational factors. This report will now focus on the implications of company culture and how these relate to the introduction of a Wiki.

Factors for the Success of Wikis 2: Organization is the Key

From dozens of enterprise Wiki projects, we know that the successful introduction of a Wiki into a company typically depends on three factors: technology; organization; and culture. In the first of these three articles we focused on the requirements of technology. This report will now focus on the organizational factors for a promising Wiki project.