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Winning at Project Management with the Team Playbook

Managing a project is about more than just tracking the work. Your project teams have diverse skill sets, report to different managers, and may even have different visions of what to deliver. How's a project manager supposed to wrangle their team and deliver the goods without losing their mind?

That's where the Team Playbook comes in. From making sure you're building the right thing, to building team harmony, there are loads of project management plays. Join Sarah Goff-Dupont, Atlassian Principal Writer and Alastair Simpson, Head of Atlassian Design, Platform, Mobile & Comms, as they dive into what exactly these plays are and how they've helped various Atlassian teams master their project management. Whether you're a career project manager, or a project just "landed on your plate", you'll walk away with a game plan for keeping morale and quality high, and bottlenecks to a minimum.

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Winning at Project Management with the Team Playbook

  1. 1. Winning at Project Management with the Team Playbook ALASTAIR SIMPSON | DESIGN LEAD | ATLASSIAN | @ALANSTAIRS SARAH GOFF-DUPONT | PRINCIPAL WRITER | ATLASSIAN | @DEVTOOLSUPERFAN
  2. 2. you are now witnessing the “oh crap” moment
  3. 3. you are now witnessing the “lightbulb” moment
  4. 4. Important things Goals and priorities Making decisions Roles and ownership Effective communication
  5. 5. Goals and priorities Making decisions Roles and ownership Effective communication Important things
  6. 6. Troubleshoot common pain points better. Manage projects better, phase by phase. SARAH’S GOALS ALASTAIR’S GOALS
  7. 7. Goals, Signals, and Measures
  8. 8. Goals are about outcomes – not output.
  9. 9. TRY GOALS, SIGNALS, AND MEASURES Why Make sure you’re focused, and that you know what success looks like. When Run this play at the beginning of your project. Who Involve your core project team, plus your executive sponsor. Please remember You don’t always need the line or text at all.
  10. 10. Problem Framing
  11. 11. TRY PROBLEM FRAMING Please remember You don’t always need the line or text at all. Why Explore a problem space so you know what you’re solving for. When Run this play at the beginning of your project. Who Your core project team, plus a few stakeholders. More perspectives = better problem definition!
  12. 12. Goals and priorities Making decisions Roles and ownership Effective communication Important things
  13. 13. DACI
  14. 14. TRY A DACI Please remember You don’t always need the line or text at all. Why Define roles in a group decision. When Any time a high-stakes or high- impact decision comes up. Who Your project team, sponsor, SMEs, and stakeholders. Confluence Blueprint available!
  15. 15. A Designer and a Product Manager Walk into a Bar… Alastair Simpson Design Lead, Atlassian TOMORROW, 11:30 AM, GRAND BALLROOM 220A Sherif Mansour Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
  16. 16. TRY A DACI Please remember You don’t always need the line or text at all. Why Define roles in a group decision. When Any time a high-stakes or high- impact decision comes up. Who Your project team, sponsor, SMEs, and stakeholders. Confluence Blueprint available!
  17. 17. Goals and priorities Making decisions Roles and ownership Effective communication Important things
  18. 18. Health Monitor
  19. 19. TRY A HEALTH MONITOR Why Define roles in a group decision. When Any time a high-stakes or high- impact decision comes up. Who Your project team, sponsor, SMEs, and stakeholders. Confluence Blueprint available!
  20. 20. Project teams 3 types of Health Monitors Service teamsLeadership teams
  21. 21. Stand-up
  22. 22. TRY STAND-UP Why Avoid dropping balls or stepping on each others’ toes. When Daily (or so), throughout the project. Who Your core project team.
  23. 23. Goals and priorities Making decisions Roles and ownership Effective communication Important things
  24. 24. Sparring
  25. 25. TRY SPARRING Why Get peer feedback and inspire new ideas. When While the work is still a work- in-progress. Who Your project team, creative thinkers, subject-area experts.
  26. 26. Project Poster
  27. 27. TRY PROJECT POSTERS Please remember You don’t always need the line or text at all. Why Refine your thinking and share info with stakeholders. When Throughout the “envisioning” phase. Who Your project team, sponsor, and stakeholders. Confluence Blueprint available!
  28. 28. you are now witnessing the “wrap it up” moment
  29. 29. Thank you! ALASTAIR SIMPSON | DESIGN LEAD | ATLASSIAN | @ALANSTAIRS SARAH GOFF-DUPONT | PRINCIPAL WRITER | ATLASSIAN | @DEVTOOLSUPERFAN

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