The purpose of this thread is to continue the conversation from the
Agile Lean Coffee on the topic of Working in an Agile way in Workfront
on September 16, 2021. Many thanks to everyone who came to our virtual
coffee! Special thanks to all of you for trying out something brand new
with us, being bra...
Hi all! What’s more Agile than getting together to have a Lean Coffee
talk? We’ll be hosting an Agile meetup on September 16, 2021 from 8-8:45
am Pacific Time. Our theme will be Working in an Agile way using
Workfront. You can register for the meetup here. All Workfront customers
(using Agile or hop...
Workfront can tie your business strategy to work execution in a way
other tools cannot. By optimizing the flow of work, you’re able to get
the highest value items into the hands of your customers quickly, and
THIS is a huge competitive advantage. Workflows typically involve more
than one single team...
Has anyone found a way (default or textmode) to associate issues and
tasks to companies (versus projects)? We use company for cost allocation
reporting to finance each month based on hours logged to a project which
is currently only associated to one company. We are starting to
brainstorm how we mig...
I’ll start by introducing myself, and I’ll share an example that I heard
from a customer recently. I’m Melisa Pickering and I’m a career Agilist.
I joined Workfront in July of 2020 to work on developing our Agile
functionality. Prior to Workfront, I was at SolutionsIQ, a Business
Agility consulting ...
I'm attending LEAP next week and have registered for a number of the
Agile sessions and have also asked that my 1:1 consulting be focused on
that. However, I'd love to meet anyone else who might be actively using
Agile within Workfront to share best practices, etc. Anyone in this
group also attendin...
The short answer is "no." Personally, I think linking tasks/requests or
showing subtasks would be a great addition for kanban. Workfront already
has the ability to create predecessors for tasks in projects, they just
need a graphical way to do this on the fly on a kanban/agile board. As
for passing ...