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Example project briefs for inspiration

Openly communicate and share the context of any type of project

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Written by Mark Parnell
Updated over a week ago

☝🏻A quick note about projects in Atlas

Atlas facilitates team-to-team communication by complementing the apps teams are using to plan, track, and manage their work, like Jira, Trello, Asana, and Confluence. It aligns teams on the context and progress of work while enabling them to continue using the apps that let them thrive.

Communicate context with Atlas

Every successful project starts with precise articulation and understanding of:

  • What are we doing?

  • Why are we doing it?

  • What will success look like?

If you're not working directly on a project, it can be tough to answer these questions if you don't know who to ask or where to look.

Thankfully, Atlas solves this problem by giving every project its own "homepage" where anyone in your company can get the context they need from the About tab (aka the project brief).

πŸ’‘ Remember: Atlas makes it easy to link to where the work is happening

Not sure where to start or what to write?

Below are some example briefs for different types of projects that Atlas is perfect for openly sharing and communicating across teams.

πŸ“± Software

πŸ’» IT change management

πŸ“£ Marketing campaign

🏒 Workplace

🎨 Design

Managing a program of work?

Use tags to group projects by streams of work.

You can follow tags to create a personalized feed of updates.

And, you can embed a live list of projects with a tag in Confluence pages & Jira issues.

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