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How to run a Project Kickoff Meeting [Free Template]

What is a kickoff meeting?  A project kickoff meeting gathers everyone involved in the new project, from the management and designers, to marketing and sales, to align project goals and timelines. It is during this […]
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10 best strategy planning templates you can use right now

When you’re working in the business, it can be hard to find the time to step away and work on the business. But strategic planning is important for every business as it’ll help you look […]
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How to use the Ansoff Matrix for market expansion

In business, it’s important to keep an eye on the horizon and potential new opportunities, even when things are going well. The Ansoff Matrix is a product market expansion grid that you can use to […]
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Introduction to the Strategy Diamond model

An effective business strategy is more than just being low-cost, or offering amazing customer service. While these are important elements of a strategy, they don’t offer any real insight into how they’ll be achieved. Therefore, […]
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Use the Kano model to prioritize a product roadmap

Product teams have an endless product roadmap with feature requests from users, management, staff, and potential users. Deciding which features to work on first is a complex task, but thankfully there are tools to help. […]
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Plus Delta Template: The simplest retrospective for your team

The Plus Delta template is designed to simplify collecting feedback after a project or event. The template is divided into two columns: what worked (Plus), and what could be improved (Delta). It’s designed to be […]
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The I like, I wish, what if activity & template

I like, I wish, what if activity for design thinking and retrospectives  I like, I wish, what if is a popular design thinking activity used to gather feedback during the prototyping phase. Participants are encouraged […]
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The Mad, Sad, Glad retrospective

A typical retrospective is all about reflecting on past performance and identifying areas of improvement. Best practices of running retrospectives include focusing on facts and avoiding letting emotions get in the way of an unbiased […]
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Sprint retrospective template for quick retrospectives

A template for better sprint retrospectives Sprint retrospectives are run after a sprint has been completed and before the next sprint planning meet. The objective of the retrospective is to review the last sprint, identify […]
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