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Agenda

Sunday, September 29, 2019
Registration4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Monday, September 30, 2019
Training Meal Breakfast7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Registration7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Pre-Conference Training & Certification (additional purchase required)8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Project Administration in Jira Server (Certification Bundle)8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Planning with Portfolio for Jira Server9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
DevOps Simulation Workshop10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Training Meal Lunch11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Expo Hall3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Meet Jira Align3:15 PM - 3:30 PM
New Features in Confluence Cloud for Improved Productivity3:40 PM - 3:55 PM
A Look at What’s New in Bitbucket Cloud4:05 PM - 4:20 PM
See What’s New in Portfolio for Jira 3.04:30 PM - 4:45 PM
General Session: Champion for Change5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Welcome Reception6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Managing Processes With Trello6:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Improving Geo-performance in Bitbucket Data Center with Mirror Farms6:40 PM - 6:55 PM
How to Manage Issue Growth with Archiving Tools in Jira Software Data Center7:05 PM - 7:20 PM
Open After Hours7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Breakfast8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Registration8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Expo Hall8:00 AM - 5:10 PM
General Session: Building for the Future9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Break10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Scaling Agile to the Enterprise: 5 Secrets to Unlocking the Strategic Value of Agile10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Create the Future of Work While You're Living It10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Harnessing Your Product Manager Superpowers with Trello, Confluence, and Jira10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
DevOps vs. Compliance: A Guide to Having it All10:30 AM - 11:10 AM
Break11:10 AM - 11:25 AM
Beyond Being There: High Performing Distributed Teams11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Digital Distractions and Tech Temptations: How To Find Your Focus11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Agile ITSM: New Ways of Working for High Velocity Teams11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Building Trust in the Cloud with Open Practices11:25 AM - 12:05 PM
Lunch12:05 PM - 1:30 PM
Company-wide Security, Visibility, and Control for Cloud Products with Atlassian Access12:15 PM - 12:30 PM
Speed is the New Currency – ​Agile Testing Quality and Accuracy are Indispensable12:40 PM - 1:05 PM
From Disconnected to Interdependent; How Fugro Uses Atlassian to Enable Teams to Provide for a More Sustainable and Liveable World1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
How to Become a High(er) Performing Team: Our Research on What Makes Teams Healthy and Effective1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
The 5 Biggest Productivity Blockers (And How to Fix Them)1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Product Keynote: Server and Data Center1:30 PM - 2:10 PM
Break2:10 PM - 2:25 PM
Psychological Safety and the Social Side of Team Performance2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Product Keynote: Jira Service Desk, Opsgenie, Statuspage2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Bringing Agile Fundamentals to Life at Atlassian2:25 PM - 3:05 PM
Break3:05 PM - 3:35 PM
Are You a Tank Filler?3:35 PM - 4:15 PM
Product Keynote: Confluence and Trello3:35 PM - 4:15 PM
Break4:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Product Keynote: Jira Software and Bitbucket Cloud4:30 PM - 5:10 PM
The Atlassian Approach to Modern Incident Management4:30 PM - 5:10 PM
Building a Feedback Culture - Make Feedback the New Normal4:30 PM - 5:10 PM

Speakers

Christine Dela Rosa

Christine Dela Rosa

Senior Manager, Brand, Atlassian
Christine is part of Atlassian’s brand team, supporting all-things that elevate brand awareness and experience. She has a history of setting up brand measurement infrastructure and behavioral economics, which is why she’s played a role at Atlassian studying and advocating for Open work styles and team practices. When not thinking about teams, Christine consumes online videos in short spurts and recently discovered the benefits of exercise first-hand.
Robert Chatwani

Robert Chatwani

Chief Marketing Officer, Atlassian
Robert is the Chief Marketing Officer for Atlassian, where he oversees all customer focused marketing and brand programs. Prior to Atlassian, Robert served as Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer for Teespring, a social e-commerce platform. Previously, Robert was the CMO of eBay, the world’s largest online marketplace. Robert joined eBay when the company was under 5,000 people, and helped scale the expansion to over 35,000 over his 12-year tenure. At eBay he was responsible for driving buyer and seller growth for eBay’s North America business, which generates over $35 billion in annual trading volume. Robert also built and scaled eBay's social impact ventures, which have raised over $600 million for non-profit organizations around the world. Robert started his career in management consulting at McKinsey & Company, where he was a member of the Global Strategy Practice. Robert received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Marketing from DePaul University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
Gerard Florian

Gerard Florian

Group Executive Technology, ANZ
Gerard has been Group Executive Technology at ANZ since January 2017. Gerard is responsible for defining ANZ’s technology strategy, and building and managing ANZ’s technology infrastructure. This includes overseeing the development of new technologies, implementing existing technologies to help the Bank reach their strategic goals and creating systems and processes to make the best use of ANZ’s resources. Gerard has worked in technology for more than 30 years. He was previously Chief Strategy Officer for the Global Cloud Business Unit at Dimension Data where he was instrumental in the establishment of a portfolio of cloud-enabled managed services operating on a global platform. Prior to that, Gerard was Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer for Dimension Data’s Australian division. He has also been a member of ANZ’s Technology and Digital Business Advisory Panel since it was established in 2015.
Dominic Price

Dominic Price

Work Futurist, Atlassian
Dom Price is the head of R&D and work futurist at Atlassian, a leading provider of team collaboration and productivity software. Dom manages planning, execution and operations for Atlassian's five global R&D centres, and is responsible for leading the company's global innovation programs and workplace practices for its more than 2500 employees. With nearly 20 years of experience managing global teams, Dom is passionate about discovering patterns and creating play books that transcend cultural differences to help teams work together in the most efficient, productive way possible. His work is helping to define the way the teams and companies of tomorrow will work. Dom's career has reached far and wide through Europe, US and Asia PAC. Previously Dom was the general manager of program management for a global gaming company. Prior to that he was a director at Deloitte, where he provided assurance and consulting services across the areas of project management, product management, IT systems and change management. Over the years, Dom has held a variety of roles in technology risk consulting, product development and program management across businesses in beverage, telco, manufacturing, software development and gaming. Dom is a keen traveler, having traversed over 50 countries and counting. Originally from Manchester, Dom now calls Sydney home after more than 12 years on the shores of Australia.
Kim Perkins

Kim Perkins

Chief Behavioral Scientist, NOBL
As a coach and facilitator, Dr. Kim Perkins helps leaders in tech align their values and strategies to get the most out of their processes and teams. A former journalist and pro athlete, she holds a Ph.D. in positive organizational psychology, and has worked with leaders at such companies as Airbnb, Dropbox, Genentech, Human Longevity, and Shire Pharmaceuticals.
Adrian Ludwig

Adrian Ludwig

CISO, Atlassian
Adrian Ludwig is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Atlassian. Adrian joined the company in May 2018 and is responsible for Atlassian's security team and practices. Prior to joining the company, Adrian held a number of leadership positions, including building out the security capabilities at Nest, Macromedia, Adobe, and Android (Google). As a self-described hacker in his early years, Adrian was recruited by the Department of Defense when he was 16. They put him through college and, after graduation, put him to work for several years finding security flaws in cryptographic and computer network systems. He holds an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. in Mathematics from Williams College.
Mary Raleigh

Mary Raleigh

Head of Team Playbook, Atlassian
As Head of Atlassian Team Playbook, Mary leads the team responsible for turning the proven practices from teams across Atlassian into easy-to-follow plays that anyone can use to improve their team’s health and effectiveness. Prior to Atlassian, Mary was a Management Consultant specializing in process improvement for the world’s biggest supply chains. When she’s not making powerpoint slides, Mary is listening to behavioral psychology audiobooks and true crime podcasts while training for her first marathon this coming July.
Guy Herbert

Guy Herbert

Risk Futurist, Atlassian
Guy has over 25 years working in IT and Technology across the Telecommunications, Finance, Pharmaceutical and Software industries. He has managed risk, compliance, audit and technical delivery teams during this time. Guy has been thinking of better ways for Atlassian to manage IT Risk and Compliance since Sept 2013.
@riskfuturist
Lauren Moon

Lauren Moon

Customer Lifecycle Marketing, Trello, Atlassian
Lauren spends most of her time writing, learning to code, and curating fun Trello board backgrounds. Also pizza.
Paul Buffington

Paul Buffington

Principal Solutions Engineer, Atlassian
As an enterprise solution engineer, Paul is responsible for helping customers redefine the shape of modern ITSM. Fifteen years of consulting fuel his passion for all things IT. His expertise spans the Atlassian products but also goes beyond the technology to helping teams transform the way they work. Paul enjoys spending time with family and their golden retrievers where they live on the Oregon coast. He’s an avid cyclist and photographer.
Archana Rao

Archana Rao

CIO, Atlassian
Archana Rao is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Atlassian. Her team is responsible for building and scaling all the systems and processes used by our business functions and our customers. Archana has more than 20 years of experience setting systems strategy and partnering with business leaders to build and scale corporate systems. She was a vice president at Veritas, where she managed the IT separation from Symantec during a record-breaking one-year period. Prior to that, Archana was a vice presidenet at Symantec and also worked in a variety of engineering, IT, M&A, and leadership roles at Cisco. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Achieve Kids, a Palo-Alto based school for special needs children. Archana holds a Master’s in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and a B.A. in electrical engineering from Mysore University, India.
Patrick Richardson

Patrick Richardson

Group Product Manager, Atlassian
Patrick drives the overall vision and strategy for Atlassian’s Data Center products and is passionate about building strong product teams and processes to tackle big goals. Prior to Atlassian, Patrick spent over 12 years in a variety of senior product management roles in the internet and tech industry. In his free time, Patrick loves making American-style slow-smoked BBQ and watching Alabama football. He also has a black belt in Taekwondo, a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and jumps at any opportunity to travel and explore new cultures.
Phil Oye

Phil Oye

Principal Product Manager, Atlassian
Phil is a Principal Product Manager at Atlassian and is works on the Atlassian Platform focusing on our cross-product rich-text editor. Before moving to Platform, Phil worked on Confluence on the content experience. Previously, Phil was at Campaign Monitor and before that consulted to companies like ESPN, Gucci, Tiffany, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Lego. When he’s not pondering keyboard shortcuts, you can find him arguing about coffee, cocktails, design, and tech. You can find him on Twitter at @philoye.
Edwin Wong

Edwin Wong

Head of Product Management, Jira Service Desk, Atlassian
Edwin is the Head of Product for Atlassian Ops products. He has been with Atlassian for over 12 years working on a range of products, including Jira Service Desk.
Raj Sarkar

Raj Sarkar

Head of Marketing, Trello and Confluence, Atlassian
Raj is currently the Head of Marketing for Trello and Confluence. Previously, he led the Stride, Hipchat, and Bitbucket marketing teams at Atlassian. He has extensive experience in launching and bringing new products to market including Amazon S3, Google Cloud Platform, Google Hangouts, and Cisco Small Business. He is well versed in the different GTM models for SaaS. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, running, hiking, and camping. He is also an ardent fan of the diverse food culture in San Francisco. He has an engineering degree with an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Tom Tsao

Tom Tsao

Head of eCommerce, Atlassian
Tom Tsao is the Head of Global eCommerce at Atlassian and leads a team of product managers, UX designers, engineers, scrum masters, growth experimenters, and localization managers working in empowered Agile teams across locations in San Francisco, Mountain View, Austin, Sydney, and Amsterdam. Tom has been at Atlassian for 2 years and drives the product vision, strategy and ecommerce experience on Atlassian.com and family of sites by experimenting, testing, and optimizing to create frictionless and personalized buyer journeys. Prior to joining Atlassian, Tom spent over 20 years in product management and executive leadership roles in the Silicon Valley at companies including Netscape, eBay, Yahoo!, Walmart.com, eHealth.com, and Costanoa Ventures. Tom graduated from Stanford University with Bachelor's degree in Economics.
Chris Kimbell

Chris Kimbell

Head of Design, Atlassian
Chris is a design leader who’s currently on a mission to understand distributed collaboration. For the past 5 years he served and grew Trello’s distributed design team while working from a home office. In more than two decades making software, Chris has experienced many team configurations. He’s also been an early team member of some high growth companies. Products Chris helped build are used to discover music, personalize medical decision making, run election campaigns, organize communities, collaborate, track work, learn and memorize, get inspired and be entertained.
Scott Blacker

Scott Blacker

Head of Solutions Engineering, Atlassian
Scott leads the Solutions Engineering team at Atlassian where he is responsible for shaping the pre-sales and solution selling motions by which Atlassian approaches the market. Scott joined Atlassian via the Jira Align acquisition in April of 2019, where he was responsible for many aspects of the company throughout its growth trajectory including product management, pre-sales, marketing, and services. Early in his career Scott lived and worked in Japan, where he served as a translator for the Japanese State Government.
Dom Katz

Dom Katz

Product Ops Lead, Siteminder
Dom Katz is an Agile Coach who helps organisations foster a culture of learning, experimentation and collaboration. Dom firmly believes that most people have good intentions - but he has observed that people often stand in their own way to deliver on those intentions. Dom is fascinated by how groups of people communicate, how they build trust and eventually become a high performance team. Dom was lucky enough to work with some of Sydney's high performing Product companies, and everything from startups to government agencies, across Digital, Procurement, Policy and HR departments.
Harsh Jawharkar

Harsh Jawharkar

Head of Marketing, Enterprise Cloud and Ecosystem, Atlassian
Harsh leads go-to-market initiatives across Atlassian's enterprise cloud platform, editions, and ecosystem. He spent the last decade building and scaling global marketing teams at high-growth SaaS companies like Slack and Zendesk. Harsh started his career as a product manager trying to put his engineering and design skills to good use, building online experiences at companies like Sapient and PayPal, but somehow ended up as an accidental marketer.
Scott Carpenter

Scott Carpenter

Global Cloud Architect, Fugro
Scott Carpenter is Global Cloud Architect for Fugro, the world’s leading geo-data specialist headquartered in the Netherlands and supporting clients globally across the Energy and Renewables, Transportation, Power Utilities and Construction industries and has been longtime Jira Cloud user since 2011. Scott has over 22 years commercial experience in technology leadership, cloud architecture, cloud migration, software engineering, Agile and people development and client engagement roles across commercial, non-profit and government in industries including Energy, finance, mining, animal welfare and higher education. His role is to provide technology strategy, architectural and practical guidance for Fugro globally across R&D, IT and business teams in Europe, Australia, the Asia Pacific region and the Americas leveraging decades of pragmatic software development and technical leadership experience. This experience includes 7 years hands-on cloud experience as a founding member of the award-winning Fugro Roames service supporting Power Utilities for vegetation inspection of overhead distribution network. Scott introduced cloud computing and led the successful migration from on-premise to AWS in a cloud-native architecture of the Roames platform, enabling international expansion of the services into new industries including asset integrity inspection for Energy industries. Scott’s ultimate satisfaction is seeing clients transforming their own businesses from using high quality, ground-breaking and innovative services developed by teams who are nurtured, enabled and empowered, passionate and keen to come to work every day knowing they are making a difference for a safer and more livable world.
Mike Vierow

Mike Vierow

Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
Mike Vierow leads McKinsey Academy for Australia and New Zealand, a practice established to help McKinsey & Co’s clients succeed at the human side of strategy and change. Mike has developed and contributed to a wide range of leadership development programs for existing and aspiring leaders at different stages of their careers. This includes programs for emerging leaders, seasoned executives, C-level and Chairpersons across the public, private and social sectors. Prior to McKinsey & Company, Mike held change leadership roles at J.P. Morgan and started his leadership journey as a commissioned officer in the Royal Navy in the UK.
Tom Harkin

Tom Harkin

Founder & Experience Architect, Tomorrow Architects
Tom Harkin is one of Australia’s pre-eminent advanced facilitators and executive coaches. As Founder of Tomorrow Architects, a pioneering consultancy breaking ground in behavioural change, leadership development and organisational transformation, he is a thought leader that has mastered the recipe that reveals individual and collective genius, and a relentless student of the human condition. With over 15 years experience developing the leaders of tomorrow, Tom has had a direct impact on over 150,000 executives across the globe. Tom’s signature strength is his ability to create psychologically safe environments of intimate challenge, provoking change with groups and organisations of all sizes through authenticity, honesty and a unique conversational style of group facilitation. Tom has led countless immersive executive leadership interventions with the likes of McKinsey (ELP - A/NZ, USA & Nairobi), IKEA, Telstra, YPO, Twinings and Bastion, and is renowned for building rapid social capital, breakthrough leadership and team performance, emotional agility, enhanced culture, resilience and animating diversity to name a few. One of Tom’s passion projects was the founding of Tomorrow Man, a social enterprise aimed at starting a conversation among men, both young and old, to reinvent masculinity by challenging traditional stereotypes and training emotional muscle. Featured on ABC’s acclaimed documentary Man Up, Tom’s impact has extended to celebrities, professional athletes in elite sport, and teenagers.
Darren Henry

Darren Henry

Head of Product Marketing, Opsgenie, OpsGenie
Darren leads the product marketing team for Atlassian’s Opsgenie offering. He previously held executive positions at Opsgenie, Onshape, Autodesk, InVue, and DS SolidWorks and has passion for exceptional technology. He enjoys spending time with family, camping, and more recently, woodworking. Darren holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Florida.
Amantha Imber

Amantha Imber

CEO, Inventium
Dr Amantha Imber is an innovation psychologist, founder of Australia’s leading innovation consultancy Inventium, and co-creator of the Australian Financial Review’s Most Innovative Companies list. With a PhD in organisational psychology, Amantha has helped companies such as Google, Apple, Disney, LEGO, Virgin Australia, Commonwealth Bank and many others innovate more successfully. Amantha is the host of the number one ranking business podcast How I Work, where she interviews some of the world’s leading innovators about their habits, rituals and strategies for structuring their day. Amantha’s thoughts have appeared in Harvard Business Review, The Huffington Post, Forbes, Entrepreneur and Fast Company and she is the author of two best-selling books: “The Creativity Formula” and “The Innovation Formula”. In 2016, Amantha was inducted into the Australian Business Women’s Hall of Fame.
Shana Rusonis

Shana Rusonis

Product Marketing, Atlassian
Shana is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Jira Software at Atlassian, where she works on go-to-market and positioning for all self-managed versions of Jira (Server and Data Center). She has worked in technology her entire career, on everything from conferences to technology research and digital experimentation. She’s passionate about software products that drive transformational change and enable teams do their best work together.
Jessica Taylor

Jessica Taylor

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Atlassian
Jessica is a Senior Product Marketer on Confluence Cloud. She adores learning from Atlassian customers and working with Confluence's product team to create solutions that help teams unleash their potential. She’s been a senior marketing leader at Google and consumer mobile startups. She’s also a recovering startup founder and sometime blogger.
Denise Chan

Denise Chan

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Atlassian
Denise is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Bitbucket, working on go-to-market strategy, industry research, and positioning. She has over five years of experience helping SaaS startups build and optimize marketing funnels. Denise is passionate about putting the customer first and delivering value through data-driven storytelling.
Rhys Christian

Rhys Christian

Product Manager, Atlassian
Rhys is a Product manager on Portfolio for Jira Server & Data center. For over 3 years Rhys has been focused on making planning and building product roadmaps an outstanding experience in Jira. Over the last year and a half he's been driving the development of Portfolio for Jira 3.0. He's inspired to further enhance the powerful capabilities of Portfolio, to delight Portfolio users and enable all teams to plan for the future.
Jessica Webb

Jessica Webb

Senior PMM, Trello, Atlassian
Jessica Webb is a creative observer with a keen eye for details. She loves to understand the way people think and work and to figure out what motivates them. She is a Boston-native and has been lucky enough to grow and learn with Trello for the past 3+ years.
Imran Khan

Imran Khan

Senior Product Manager, Atlassian
Imran is a Senior Product Manager at Atlassian, where he sets the product strategy for Bitbucket Server and gets to work with a world class team of engineers and designers to bring new features and enhancements that greatly improve the developer experience. He is also passionate about emacs, football and photography.
Jessica Seitz

Jessica Seitz

Product Marketing Manager, Jira Software Server & Data Center, Atlassian
Jessica is a Product Marketing Manager at Atlassian, where she focuses on the marketing strategy for Jira Software Server and Data Center and is passionate about helping teams achieve their goals. She’s from the San Francisco Bay Area and loves spending time outside hiking, playing volleyball, biking, and skiing.
Helen Xue

Helen Xue

Product Manager, Atlassian
Helen is a product manager at Atlassian who has worked on all things platform her entire career. Recently she launched Atlassian Access, a cloud product offering focused on enterprise-grade user management and security. She recently moved from Sydney to San Francisco, and enjoys the company of her dog when she’s not working.
DJ Frank

DJ Frank

Agile Test Management Expert, Tricentis
DJ Frank is the Director of ​qTest Product Sales at Tricentis, specifically focused on growth and expansion into global marke​ts. Having previous lead the Solutions Engineering team for QASymphony, he has an in-depth understanding of the qTest Platform, as well as its adoption throughout Tricentis’ customer base. Coming from the High Technology, Entertainment, and Communications business unit of Capgemini, DJ lead multiple QA testing efforts throughout different digital transformation projects for one of the largest US-based telecommunications companies. DJ is a certified scrum master and holds a Biomedical Engineering Degree from Vanderbilt University.
Molly Hellerman

Molly Hellerman

Global Head of R&D Strategy & Operations, Atlassian
Molly Hellerman is the Global Head of R&D Strategy & Ops at Atlassian. In this role, she drives strategic business decisions for Atlassian’s R&D team, working directly with the CTO and other company leaders to encourage, inspire and operationalize innovation. Prior to Atlassian, Molly’s experience shows that she isn’t afraid to flip a model on its head. From managing merger and acquisitions to commoditizing the online metal market in the U.K. to co-founding a non-profit – her thread of disruption runs deep. She’s also a former collegiate and professional athlete (Chelsea Ladies FC) and a trainer for Positive Coaching Alliance. Molly currently serves as a Fellow to both the United Nations (Alliance of Civilizations) and the British Council (Transatlantic Network 2020). She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics and Spanish from Wellesley College.
Jake Brereton

Jake Brereton

Head of Marketing, Jira Software, Atlassian
Jake is the Head of Marketing for Jira Software at Atlassian. A proud Midwesterner living in California by way of North Carolina, Jake has spent almost a decade building marketing teams at high growth technology companies and has had the good fortune of working at Atlassian since 2013. When he's not building custom JQL filters, you'll find him on the nearest mountain with snow deep enough to ski in.

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