projectdoc Toolbox

Use CFRs to implement continuous performance management in your wiki.

Version
1.0.0-SNAPSHOT
Status
NOT YET PUBLISHED
Requires projectdoc
2.5
Source Repository
Blueprint Key Prefix
de.smartics.atlassian.confluence.smartics-doctype-addon-cfrs:
projectdoc-blueprint-doctype-

This add-on, based on the projectdoc Toolbox, provides document types to document conversations, feedback, and recognition.

English and German by Default

 

All doctype add-ons are available in Englisch and German language.

For more information on this topic please refer to Localization.

Available on Bitbucket!
Install additional Doctypes!

Prerequisites

The Doctypes for Conversation, Feedback, Recognition requires the projectdoc Toolbox to be installed. The projectdoc Toolbox has a commercial license.

The add-on also uses blueprints from the Core Doctypes for projectdoc (like Subject, Category, or Tag). This add-on is available on the Atlassian Marketplace for free.

Please install the following add-ons on your Atlassian Confluence server:

1. Install projectdoc Toolbox

Related Doctype Add-ons

The following add-ons provide doctypes for related use cases.

Objectives and Key Results
Use OKRs to define your objectives and focus on your key results.
Impact Mapping
Analyse the impact you can make.
Lean
State assumptions and hypotheses to run your experiments. Document your output and plan for outcome and impact.
Doctypes for Risk Management
Provides doctypes for documenting and tracking risks.
Doctypes for Service Management
Provides doctypes to document services and systems.
Doctypes for Agile Planning
Provides doctypes to collborate with your team. Run iterations and record discoveries that may be of interest at the end of the iteration or for even later reference. Quick notes are more easily added as records to the team's space than to the official documentation tree. Defer the talk to the documentation architect to the end of the iteration (if the discovery is still of interest).

Resources

More information on CFRs.

whatmatters.com
The homepage of John Doerr's book Measure what Matters: OKRs – the Simple Idea That Drives 10× Growth. A very recommended read to learn about OKRs and CFRs.