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Free Bull’s Eye Diagram template & example for teams

The wrong priorities lead to bad decisions. Avoid this by using the bull’s eye diagram to prioritize tasks and focus on what’s really important. In the lead-up to a project, it may seem like every […]
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Plus Minus Interesting (PMI) framework for lateral thinking

  What is a Plus Minus Interesting template? Don’t let the name confuse you. The Plus Minus Interesting (PMI) template is one of the simplest retrospective formats available. It simply asks your team to evaluate […]
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Lean Coffee: How to run an agenda-less meeting that’s not boring

Switch up your meetings and involve everyone in the discussion with Lean Coffee. This agenda-less meeting style is gaining traction within Agile teams thanks to its ability to ensure the meeting is an effective use […]
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How to construct a Perceptual Map with a free online template

If you want to understand how your company, brand or product is perceived in relation to your competitors, a perceptual map (also known as a positioning map) is the perfect tool. It allows you to […]
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Use the Starfish Retrospective to collect feedback

Agile methodology emphasises constant iteration over time. It’s about ensuring reviewing and assessing is part of the regular workflow. One of the best ways to gather this information is during a retrospective. This encourages team […]
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Feedback Capture Grid template

During product testing, it’s vital that you record all feedback, both positive and negative, so that nothing slips through the cracks. A Feedback Capture Grid is a great way to collect this feedback in a […]
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Reverse Brainstorming: flip your mindset to solve big problems

Reverse brainstorming, also known as negative brainstorming  is technique that invites teams to think of problems, instead of solutions. But why? Because if you can identify with potential problems before commencing a project, you’ll be […]
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The SCAMPER technique for brainstorming & creativity

How does your brain come up with something if you’ve never seen it before? Well, for the complex neuroscience explanation behind imagination watch this TED Talk, but for a more applicable approach, we want to […]
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The Round Robin brainstorming technique & template

Round Robin brainstorming is a collective approach to brainstorming. It’s a two-step process, first using the How Might We concept of divergent problem solving, before converging to refine the idea. It employs an iterative circular […]
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