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Cross-sector Teams: How the Atlassian Foundation, MIT, and the Australian Government are Teaming up for Good

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Atlassian, MIT, and the Australian Government have teamed up to tackle a Big Hairy Audacious Goal: to help educate 10 million disadvantaged youth over the next 10 years. As you know, tackling complex problems like this is no easy feat. You need to team-up – often with other organizations who have different cultures, objectives and work practices – in order to succeed. In this panel session, Mark Reading, Head of the Atlassian Foundation, Dawda Jobarteh, Managing Director, Community of Solve at MIT, and Matt Steine, Innovation Director, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, will share their experience teaming up to tackle a massive social challenge, how they're using Atlassian tools to better collaborate on the project, as well as lessons learned along the way. Attendees come away with actionable tips and tricks for working with distributed teams who are cross-border, cross-sector, cross-time zone, and/or cross-culture. This is the perfect chance to improve your remote-working prowess while also learning more about new Atlassian Foundation initiatives.

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Cross-sector Teams: How the Atlassian Foundation, MIT, and the Australian Government are Teaming up for Good

  1. 1. MARK READING | HEAD OF FOUNDATION | ATLASSIAN DAWDA JOBARTEH | MANAGING DIRECTORY, COMMUNITY | MIT MATT STEINE | DIRECTOR, INNOVATION | DFAT INNOVATIONXCHANGE Cross-sector Teams: How the Atlassian Foundation, MIT, and the Australian Government are Teaming up for Good
  2. 2. Thank you! MARK READING | HEAD OF FOUNDATION | ATLASSIAN DAWDA JOBARTEH | MANAGING DIRECTORY, COMMUNITY | MIT MATT STEINE | DIRECTOR, INNOVATION | DFAT INNOVATIONXCHANGE

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