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Good morning beautiful people!
We are in the process of creating a mature organisation for the product development at our company. Both JWM and now JPD have helped us to start involving the business and the stakeholders into the processes.
I love the idea in JPD to separate members and contributors which makes it easy to communicate and share information about the work: efforts, priorities, roadmaps, etc. However, I have a thought about the delivery tab. Let me explain!
We organize the work with corresponding projects in JWM and JS. JWM is for the business side and JS for developers. Of course we use the delivery tab to connect tasks, epics, etc to the ideas. However, if a user does not have a licens for JWM or JS, the only information that can be seen in the deliver tab is (translated from Swedish) "when the idea is delivered you will be able to track the progress here. Check again later!" "Delivery progress is missing also. In other words, It looks like no progress is being made.
Many of the stakeholders we have are far from active users in JIRA and it is hard to motivate for management to acquire user licenses just to be able to view the current progress for an idea in JPD.
I think that the whole idea with the contributors, should extend to the delivery tab as well! They don't need to have a detailed information about the attached tickets nor do they need to have a possibility to drill down or follow the links to the corresponded projects. A simple list with top level tickets and "Delivery progress" should be more than sufficient. That way