The Best of Atlassian
10+ most popular Atlassian articles, as voted by our community.
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Atlassian on Business
The problem with productivity metrics
Productivity is a good way to measure the impact of machines. Here are the metrics we should use to measure the impact of humans.
«Using output over time to measure a knowledge worker’s performance ignores the quality of that output and the results it led to.»
Atlassian on Leadership
How to deliver effective constructive criticism
How can you can be more effective when giving constructive criticism? It's time to lose the "feedback sandwich" and just be direct.
The secret to people management? Less managing, more peopling
Advice for new managers: 10 powerful people-management strategies to shift your focus from tasks to relationships.
«As a people manager, you are no longer representing just your individual self. You represent your team and the team’s values and mission.»
Atlassian on OKR
OKRs vs KPIs - Work Life by Atlassian
OKRs and KPIs are popular goal-setting methods that help organizations set meaningful goals and execute effective strategies to reach them.
Atlassian on Procrastination
The real reasons you procrastinate at work
According to a growing body of psychology research, procrastinating at work isn't a weakness - it's a symptom
Atlassian on Remote Work
What's your vibe? One Atlassian team's unique approach to staying connected
Naming a Chief Vibes Officer each week is one way we make space for vulnerability and innovation – and some lighthearted fun.
Atlassian on Team Building
Team Playbook | Atlassian
This ain't your CEO's management book. You'll find step-by-step guides for tracking your team's health, and plays that build your Get $#!τ Done muscle.
Atlassian on Teamwork
What strong teamwork looks like: 7 proven models
Here, we'll share 7 classic structures that contribute to strong teamwork. Find out about each model and when to use it.
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What to do when cognitive overload threatens your productivity
Today's knowledge workers are drowning in...well, knowledge.
«Paradoxically, all those tabs make us feel like we’re in control; we overestimate our ability to multitask, and it comes at a real cost to our sanity and productivity.»
How to work with every damn Myers-Briggs personality type
Learn how the Myers-Briggs personality types translate to remote work – and get the scoop on how to work more efficiently with every type.
Here's what a 4-day workweek is really like
We tracked hours worked, team performance, and well-being during our experiment. And the data doesn't lie.
«imagine my surprise when I presented my team with the idea and they did not erupt in universal celebration in response.»
Opening up our Atlassian Term Sheet
The traditional M&A process is broken and favors large companies. So, we're leveling the playing field by releasing our Term Sheet for anyone to see.
9 neuroplasticity exercises to retrain your brain
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to learn and adapt. Here's how to rewire your brain to optimize your cognitive performance.
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