One of the BIGGEST Mistakes Teams Make When Building Apps

Imagine this, you have a idea for the world’s next great application.  You have raised the money you need, found a team, and developed a brand. You are on your way to success, right? Well… not exactly.  Many teams find themselves overbuilding. What does this mean? Overbuilding refers to adding TOO many features to your product. What’s wrong with too …

Using Roadmap Templates in your Online Whiteboard

The vision has been cast, the planning done, what is next? A product roadmap helps teams determine what will be delivered and a timeline for it. A product roadmap is a template that provides a visual for the big components needed to meet the business objectives and creates a timeline for implementation of features in conjunction with strategy. Using a roadmap …

5 Ways Your Team Can Benefit From an Online Whiteboard

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Employees of organizations both big and small are opting into working from home and to remote work situations. In the recent past it was an expectation for teams to be placed into an office space where they were easily accessible throughout the work day, and that collaboration can be at it’s best.

Network Diagramming with CardBoard

Mapping out your network and all the elements it interacts with can be done using networking diagram and digital whiteboard tool like CardBoard. Here’s an in-depth look at network diagrams and how you can build your own in CardBoard today. What is a network diagram? A network diagram is a visual representation of a computer or telecommunications network. It shows the …

How to hold 4 Ls Retrospective

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What is a 4 Ls Retrospective? At the conclusion of a sprint, the 4 Ls Retrospective is designed to bring clarity to what your team liked, learned, lacked, and longed for. This exercise exists to understand what did and did not work well and what can be improved moving forward. An important element to round up a sprint is to …

agile planning and prioritization in user story mapping

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Using a problem based approach to assign priority One of the biggest steps after you’ve planned and mapped out your product is the prioritization phase. This is crucial to agile planning. The prioritization phase refers to when team members vote and organize which stories to start first. Ordering the stories should be done by the most important features to get the …

How to Make a Mind Map

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Mind mapping is quick way of getting information out of from your brain and in front of your team. Mind Mapping is a unique solution to map out the ideas and connect thoughts.

Three trends for 2020

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As more team members work remotely, finding visual collaboration tools will become vital for teams With more workers switching from working in cubes to working remotely, finding tools to help with the collaboration process will become more important. Recently, tools like Slack, Trello, CardBoard and Zoom have taken off because they help keep remote team members plugged-in. As more employees …

How any business can benefit from User Story Mapping

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If you were to do a Google search on the term User Story Mapping you might be led to believe that the theory and practice for is reserved for technology experts and those involved in software.  However, User Story Mapping as a way of thinking can be used across all business structures. The only requirement is that an individual takes the time to learn the process …

4 Tips for Better Collaboration

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Working with teams can be highly rewarding, yet extremely challenging. Collaboration is fundamental piece to scaling business and building the best products on the market, in the least amount of time. We’ve gathered feedback from experts within the agile community to come up with 4 tips for better collaboration. 1. Visualize your projects Have you even tried to plan a …