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as you might have heard, the PM72 Summit with 72 hours full of project management talks about topics around the Atlassian ecosystem will happen in mid June. This is a event free to attend, but all funds raised by the sponsors will be donated to Malala Fund - an organization which has the vision of a world where every girl can learn and read. You can read more about the event and Malala Fund on their pages if you're interested.
This post is part of the Meet the Speaker Series - so here's my take:
I'm Matthias and I really like the Atlassian Community as a place to share knowledge and help each other out in the daily challenges in how to use the Atlassian tools so that they fit to the processes.
At K15t, I'm working as a technical product manager in the team behind "Backbone Issue Sync for Jira" and like to interact with people a lot. In my free time, you have high chances finding me playing some board games or building some lego with my kids.
Jira is great for organizing projects within one company, but I've found it to be a bit challenging when you want to collaborate with people outside your company. I'll talk about various ways how you can collaborate across company borders.
In more details, I'll talk about these methods:
And I'll give some recommendations when to use what.
I'm actually everyday excited about the work culture we have at K15t - and our founder, @Stefan Kleineikenscheidt _K15t_ will also give a talk at the PM72 Summit about some of his insights. If you're interested, join in.
If you don't want to miss my talk, add it to your calendar via this link:
PS: If you want to learn more about the PM72 speakers, click on the PM72 tag on the right hand side and you'll see all the community posts.