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Hi, I'm new to jira

Hi everyone, 

I am new to using jira, and have taken on the task of setting it up so our team can manage work against our organisation's strategic objectives. 

We also use confluence, so I am enjoying the ability to use both tools to manage projects.

I would love to understand best practice about setting up our objectives, and the layers of projects and tasks underneath to effectively manage and report activity.

Any pointers will be welcomed!

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Hi Julie. Have you tried looking into OKRs (Objectives and Key Results)? There a good introduction on them and how they fit into an agile development model at the following link.

https://www.atlassian.com/agile/agile-at-scale/okr 

This includes some Jira and Confluence resources you can utilise to track progress.

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