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I see a lot of people openly abandoning Agile rituals (mostly Scrum) and even authors of the Agile manifesto regret the way that has led to the monster that is Agile today (again with focus on Scrum).
I have personally abandoned Agile as a ritual a long time ago since it only works in situations where you have the cost and time locked, but not scope, which are very rare situations in the companies I have worked for (huge international ones all the way down to small local ones). Instead, I build Jira and Confluence around a practical setup that support work on strategic level down to operational without the isolation of Scrum.
This is also where I see many others do as well, not just here in Sweden, but globally.
As Jira is built around Scrum and Kanban with a clear focus on Agile, my question is if this is something that Atlassian also is noticing and if so, how will this be handled in the future when terms Scrum and Kanban may not be as popular, or even the opposite in many cases?
I feel that there is a huge gap right now between Jira as an Agile task management system to Portfolio management, which by definition is traditional based around time and money. I also feel that there is a big section missing in the resource management part where even BigPicture is not really working as it is feeding content upstream from Jira and not the other way around...
Just curious to hear if this is on the radar and if there are any thoughts on how to meet this from the clients?