Work management webinar: Productivity is not a place
In late 2023, Adaptavist released a new work management report titled 'Productivity is not a place'. Drawing from extensive primary research, this report provides invaluable insights into productivity, collaboration, technology, and AI.
Join our work management experts as they delve deeper into these findings, showcasing real-life examples and revealing the secrets to maximising your business impact through effective work management strategies.
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Our unique combination of work management experts, partnerships with leading providers and our market-leading apps will get you started on your work management journey, or get you back on track.
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Sierra Dasso, a key figure in Atlassian's Work Management leadership team, is dedicated to enhancing customer productivity through innovative management tools. Their rich experience from roles at Google, Cloudflare, and Verizon fuels a customer-centric approach at Atlassian. Sierra's work has led to improved collaboration, streamlined operations, and customer cost savings. They guide customers in optimising their technology stack with a vision to "unleash the potential of every team". Sierra's strategic insights continue to shape solutions at Atlassian, making them an invaluable asset to its customers.
Aleks Mincic is a Senior Solution Engineer at Adaptavist who works with technical and business teams of all shapes in order to help them achieve the best outcome from Atlassian solutions. Aleks believes that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions, and works side-by-side with clients to understand their unique values and identify the solution that will work best for them.
He has over 10 years of experience working with Atlassian Solutions. He has helped a large number of clients achieve their business goals through collaboration, best practices and teamwork, all by leveraging Atlassian solutions. Aleks is a certified Atlassian professional with a BA in IT Business Management from the Université de Sherbrooke in Canada.