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Hello Enterprise Community Members!
My name is Alyssa, and I work on the product marketing team at Atlassian. One thing we’ve been thinking about lately is how to make sure our customers get the most out of our tools so we can deliver on our promise to unleash the potential of your teams.
We’ve heard time and again about the critical role champions like yourselves play in leading adoption initiatives. Champions can speak from personal experience about the value of using Atlassian tools and offer technical tips, which help ease concerns that may arise when trying to onboard teams or individuals who may have never encountered Atlassian tools before or who are attached to existing tools and workflows.
Whether your organization is new to Atlassian and you’re looking for first-time onboarding tips or you’re a seasoned Atlassian pro responsible for spreading these tools to new teams and/or departments, we’d love to hear from you and learn:
What advice would you offer admins getting ready to roll out new tools or struggling to get teams to adopt after the initial rollout?
What is the most challenging part of getting new people, teams, or departments to adopt Atlassian tools? What’s the easiest? What’s the most surprising?
What adoption-related challenges are you facing? What additional resources and/or support would be helpful?
Leave your thoughts, questions, anecdotes, etc. below - looking forward to hearing your perspectives!
P.S. We’ve just released this new guide Atlassian Adoption 101 that tackles the basics of adoption - take a look and let us know what you think in the comments below.