In the software development world “project management” has become an all-too-familiar theme. It turns everyday routines into tedious ones. Every mistake may have a tremendous impact on the project as a whole, and as such prove to be highly important and crucial for success. What if your project is non-IT? Take “Eating an apple,” as an example. How would you manage it? Is it as clear as it seems to be? How would you define its weak points?
Our team at Rozdoum has performed Jira merges several times, and it was always a pain. Merging two or more active Jira instances into one, with a big amount of projects, users, and configuration schemes is a task that takes a great deal of effort. There are some tools out there to help you, but we are not going to talk about the technical side of the migration (merge) now.
Have you ever refused a client? If so, you must have had extremely sound reasons for it. You know how confused you feel when you are making such a tough decision. The bad news is that sometimes it is the only way to react. The good news is that you may outsource the project instead of rejecting it.