About Larry Cummings:

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I'm an Atlassian Consultant and an Atlassian Certified Trainer at Isos because I love how Atlassian powers collaboration. I help organizations share, cooperate and collaborate in alignment with the organization's mission. That's a fancy way of saying I make this real by concentrating on the community dynamic required to make that mission happen.

I especially enjoy working with product development teams, helping find the right balance between the people that use new systems, and the machines that we use to build the new system.

I was raised an Army brat and love living in Phoenix Arizona. I'm married and have one child. I completely love sweeping generalizations.

Posts by Larry Cummings:

2016
15
December

Delivering team agility with Enterprise governance

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I help a lot of large organizations set up JIRA Software for their teams because they love the agility of JIRA Software. The teams all have unique perspectives, capabilities and use tools differently, yet their organizations have one thing in

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2016
16
May

How to start using the beta “Live Plans” release of Portfolio for JIRA V2 today

Dwight D. Eisnhower talking to the troops about D-Day

I’ve been excited about the new 2.0 version of Portfolio for JIRA ever since I learned about the objectives of the release at Atlassian Summit. Last week I discovered that I’ve been using it for a few months now through

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2016
22
March

Training your Atlassian Team starts by understanding where they need to improve

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I love using Atlassian Tools. I started using them full time in 2005. Eleven years later, I still learn new things about the tools every day. They are continually evolving and improving. I learned my core skills because I’m used

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2016
11
March

Why JIRA is turning out to be so valuable to non-technical project teams

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Atlassian’s heritage and success is largely based on having created tools that made it possible for software development teams to create better software. Yet JIRA adoption is growing faster for projects that are not software development projects. Why is this?

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2016
10
February

Code Day is great because of the focus on collaboration

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At the Code Day Phoenix event in November 2015, Isos Technology helped Co+Hoots Foundation* provide scholarships to girls interested in attending Code Day Phoenix. That’s a big deal for me, as I was inspired to pursue a career in technology

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2015
14
December

Understanding what Product Managers do is critical to understanding how Portfolio for JIRA delivers value

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Portfolio for JIRA (formerly JIRA Portfolio) is a powerful, and highly attractive add-on for JIRA. Portfolio provides strategic planning capability to JIRA. This is a huge development in the Atlassian community. For many years product developers and managers have had

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2015
06
November

JIRA Project Patterns – Management Pattern 1 – Triage Projects

Sorting 2012 Pinot Noir at the triage table by Stafano Lubiana

In this article I’m going to talk about three common management patterns for JIRA projects that people use to keep production projects humming smoothly. Then I’ll explain how the first pattern, using Triage projects, keeps your production team from getting

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