Today is Inventors Day in the USA, and as an “inventor” of lots of Confluence and Jira apps, we thought we’d share a bit of information about this holiday and some of our better and less well-known apps, even some that didn’t make it onto the Atlassian Marketplace.
With this unique, new student job, we’re putting corporate culture first: Become a Corporate Culture Representative at Seibert Media! Find out why we have advertised this position and what tasks await you in this article.
One of the buzzwords of the century has been digital transformation but how do we push through such a process during a global pandemic?
Today the Seibert Media blog welcomes our guest writer Michał Miernik who will tell you all about Idea Hub for Jira. Being able to manage innovation and ideas is vital for any company trying to adapt to an ever-changing world and economy.
Jobs to Be Done is a powerful concept that allows us to better understand what customers want, and to change our self-image accordingly. It lets us be a service provider who adopts the tasks to be carried out by customers and concentrates all our efforts on doing this job in the best possible way.
When developing new products and services, situations can arise in which the team feels insecure: In which direction should we develop? Shall we take route A or route B? How much potential lies in each different idea? What does the market really need? This uncertainty about the development path in one of our product teams has led to a design sprint.
At //SEIBERT/MEDIA, we’ve been developing and creating software for years. During this time, we’ve discovered some basic elements that are vital to building products that gain wider marketplace acceptance and are, ideally, exciting.
When I hear about dissatisfied customers or projects that failed, it’s usually because we’ve neglected to consider at least one of the following “three pillars of successful product innovation.” I now regard them as essential to our success as a product provider.