Posts by Sukalyan Roy

Templates

Mintzberg’s 5Ps of strategy planning | Free template and guide

For many businesses, strategic planning comprises simply of brainstorming ideas, then pursuing them. While this approach is simple, it’s also risky. Without considering important factors such as your company’s key strengths, culture and competitors, your […]
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Templates

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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Productivity

How to run online brainstorming sessions in virtual teams [2021 Updated]

When working with virtual teams an online whiteboard is awesome for jumpstarting your remote brainstorming sessions.
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Guides

7 tips for using digital sticky notes to transform your brainstorming [2021 Updated]

We’ve released a quick update to our Board Access Roles: Reviewers can now use sticky notes! With that in mind, here are some tips for working with sticky notes in a digital environment.
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Guides, Productivity

A 2021 guide to choosing the best online whiteboard

What is an Online Whiteboard? Collaborative online whiteboards are shared visual workspaces that provide a richer, digital solution compared to their physical predecessors.  However, where they truly excel is in their ability to enable teams […]
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Product Development, Templates

7 ultimate templates for every stage of the product development process

Explore these 7 Ultimate Product Development Templates for Every Stage of your Product Development Process.
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Templates

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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Templates

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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Templates

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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