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How Hakkiri helps Litera bridge product & engineering delivery

By James Smith

Litera, the world’s leading provider of legal workflow and workspace technology, has been using Hakkiri since September of 2019 and is a valued voice of feedback and insights. We sat down with Eric Brown (virtually, of course), Sr. Manager Product Operations, to discuss how Litera uses Hakkiri to bridge the gap between their product strategy and engineering teams which enhances their ability to deliver with predictability.

"Hakkiri is the missing link between Jira and your roadmapping tool"

- Eric Brown, Sr. Manager Product Operations, Litera

Topics: Agile Jira Predictability
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3 Steps for Planning to Team Capacity

By James Smith

Topics: Agile Predictability
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3 Sprint behaviors to improve delivery predictability

By James Smith

Topics: Agile Predictability
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Why Software Delivery needs real-time navigation

By James Smith

Topics: Agile Predictability
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5 Jira Tips To Improve Transparency and Predictability

By Robert Orefice

Atlassian’s Jira is the most pervasive tracking and software management tool for Agile teams. However, the flexibility it allows can be both a blessing and a curse. In a previous blog post, we discussed 6 Challenges To Predictable Software Delivery in Agile. Number six was “Overly Customized Tools”. As developers of the Hakkiri platform which integrates with Jira, we see no end of different Jira configurations. We’ve even helped some organizations through game-changing refactorings of their Jira setup. In doing so, we share some of our tips to ensuring Jira is enhancing, rather than hindering, your team’s productivity:

Topics: Agile Jira Predictability
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6 Challenges to Predictable Software Delivery in Agile

By Robert Orefice

“What will I get, and when will I get it?”  The success of product management and technology leaders hinges on their ability to answer these questions from their stakeholders; and backing it up with a track record of delivering on that promise. If things change, you’re expected to communicate any deviations early and often.

Topics: Agile Predictability