We would like to move from a feature-driven way of planning to an objective way of planning. Let's say we have three products (A,B,C) that all have their own project in JIRA. As an organisation we have defined goal G: "decrease storage costs". This is a business objective for our customers. Multiple products can contribute to this business objective. I would like to define this business objective as an issue in JIRA and have epics from multiple products have that epic as a parent. This was we can see how products contribute to reaching a business objective and see dependencies between products. Ideally this all comes together in JIRA advanced roadmaps. I'm only starting to gain experience with JIRA, so I might just lack the understanding how to get this structurally set-up, but any help is appreciated.
Yes you are right Advanced Roadmap can help you do that. Starting with the high level objective, you can create hierarchy of issue types that will contribute to achieve that objective.
There are plenty of resources online to get you started. I suggest evaluating Advanced Roadmap for couple of weeks to understand its capabilities.
I hope it helps.
Thank you for the fast reply @Ravi Sagar _Adaptavist_ . The good news is that my organisation already has a license for advanced roadmaps, so I was already playing around with a structure, but couldn't see this working in a set-up with multiple projects. If everything goes well I will get a second project after the Christmas break and I will also take the time to look at videos.
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