Productivity, Tips

A practical guide for remote workers in 2020

A practical guide for enhancing your remote working necessities to increase your productivity.
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Productivity, Templates

Use Porter’s Five Forces Analysis to become more competitive

This step-by-step guide and free template to Porter’s Five Forces Analysis will help you evaluate competition, pricing, and suppliers in your industry.
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Collaboration, Productivity

Siemens Canada solution is Conceptboard

Transformation leader of Siemens Canada, Hayden Smith, shares how Conceptboard became his solution for conducting virtual training workshops with Siemens employees around the globe.
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New Release, News, Productivity

New template library & management features

Jumpstart your work with the brand-new templates. The template library let’s you dive right into the job. Accelerate your pace with the improved management features.
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Productivity

7 ways to easily capture perfect full page website screenshots

How do you take full page screenshots? A large one that scrolls, from top to bottom? Here are my 7+1 tips you should know when working with website screenshots.
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Productivity

How Doodling Can Help Your Memory

When doodling used to be a sure sign of distraction, this form of art can actually bring many positive aspects that were never considered before.
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Productivity

Information Overload is Killing your Collaboration (and how to fix it)

Although there are many solutions for conquering information overload, when working in your boards, we suggest to structure them with layers in mind.
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Productivity

Get to the point: how to communicate your ideas effectively

Users take advantage of the endless board space that is available in Conceptboard. It allows for everyone to fit all of their concepts and ideas that are inside their heads in one workspace. But sometimes, when […]
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Productivity

Understanding 4 Workflow Styles To Improve Your Productivity

People work an average of 45 hours a week and consider 17 of those hours unproductive. That means almost 37% of the work week is wasted!
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