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PI Planning with MURAL

Program Increment (PI) Planning is part of the SAFe (Scaled Agile Frameworks), a regular routined event that occurs with a planning agenda for Agile Release Train teams to align on a shared mission and vision, and to iterate on the next PI. Historically, PI Plannings are completed in person on..

Hannah Zhang

in agile, crossfunctional teams,

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6 Ways to Facilitate Meaningful Online Meetings

Meetings are evolving. Remote and flexible work are growing global movements, which means online meetings are a necessary part of our work. ..

5 Building Blocks of Visual Collaboration: Webinar recap

We were joined by Bigger Picture's founder Ole Qvist-Sørensen last week, along with our own Mark Tippin, for a webinar exploring the basics of ..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, visual thinking,

MURAL Raises $23M to Reimagine Visual Collaboration 🚀

Today we announced a $23M Series A round of funding led by Radian Capital, and quickly followed by Endeavor Catalyst and Gradient Ventures. Thank..

Mariano Suarez-Battan

in business growth, visual collaboration,

How to Choose the Right Touchscreen Display

Imagine using digital screens in your sessions that basically work like giant iPads. Wouldn't meetings and working sessions be much more engaging..

Wout Hermans

in productivity tools, remote work,

Why You Should Leverage Digital Devices For In-Person Sessions

Digital alternatives are available to replace flip charts and whiteboards. There’s no need to point webcams at boards or share photos of post-its..

Emilia Åström

in digital first, workshop,

Curb the Chaos: Webinar recap

We were joined by XPLANE's Creative Director Tim May last week, along with our own Jim Kalbach, for a webinar exploring visual frameworks for..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, visual thinking,

Comic-Con for Products: Event recap

On November 11-12, we joined with over 1,000 product management devotees, visionaries and veterans at ProductCon Los Angeles to learn the best..

Mark Tippin

in conferences, design thinking,

Evaluating the Impact of Design Thinking in Action III: Webinar Recap

In our first webinar with Professor Jeanne Liedtka (University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business), she reported on her in-depth research of..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, webinars,

An Unconference in Seattle: Event Recap

The Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (HFES) hosted their 63rd International Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA last week. This event brings together..

Erica Green

in conferences, design thinking,

Prevent Workshop & Conference Amnesia with a Gift Canvas

Workshops and conferences inspire energy and excitement about a topic across a community. It’s easy to decide with people in the room, but it is..

Hailey Temple

in design, design at scale,

Sprinting in Boulder: Reflections from Google's SprintCon19

From an event hosted by a colossal tech provider came a rather intimate deep dive into the world of design sprints. The 3rd annual Google Design..

Stefan Viragh

in conferences, design thinking,

How to Build Your Own Virtual Design Sprint: Webinar Recap

For highly complex engagements, MURAL templates often need to be customized. While MURAL’s canvas & toolset can accommodate nearly everything you..

Emilia Åström

in design sprints, webinar,

Scaling design thinking methods and mindset across SAP

During my three years at SAP, I proudly called my pre-sales team the “Business Therapists.” Our human-centered design approach brought a special..

Hailey Temple

in design thinking, using mural,

Build Collaborative Confidence in the MURAL Experience Lab

Learning by doing is an essential part of success -- digital collaboration is like a muscle. It needs daily exercise to build strength, but also..

Hailey Temple

in design thinking, using mural,

Weekly Notes that Stick