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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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Jim Kalbach

Jim Kalbach is a noted author, speaker, and instructor in customer experience, experience design, digital transformation, and strategy.

Recent Posts

Accelerate Your Innovation Leadership: Webinar Recap

'Innovation' and 'Leadership' are two words that get used often - sometimes too often - on their own, but are rarely used together. Figuring out ..

Jim Kalbach

in design thinking, innovation,

Remote vs. In-Person: Interview with Joe Lalley

Joe Lalley, currently at PwC, helps people and teams solve problems through the process of design. He believes the key to successful design is..

Jim Kalbach

in design thinking, interview,

Engage Participants with Immersive Storytelling

You might associate the term ‘storytelling’ with fairy tales, children's stories, or the like. You might also picture a storyteller dramatically..

Jim Kalbach

in remote facilitation, 2019

Virtual Teams and Discovery Conversations: Interview with Andrew Marti

Andrew Marti is a Presales Lead at SAP. Our Head of CX, Jim Kalbach, caught up with him to find out more about how his team uses MURAL for sales.

Jim Kalbach

in interview, sales

Rituals and Routines: Interview with Mary and David Sherwin

Looking to improve how your teams work together? Create shared rituals. We talk with David and Mary Sherwin, authors of Turning People into Teams,..

Jim Kalbach

in interview, team work,

Workshop Recap: Running Remote Design Sprints

Since the launch of the Google Ventures book, Sprint, companies around the world have been relying on design sprints to create new products and..

Jim Kalbach

in design sprints, remote workshop,

MURAL MasterClass: Facilitating Remote Workshops

MURAL offers training on a variety of topics, from remote design thinking to how to use MURAL with multiple devices.

Embracing Remote Culture: Interview with Brie Anne Demkiw

Automattic is the poster child of remote companies. The maker of WordPress.com, they have worked effectively with a completely distributed..

Jim Kalbach

in interview, remote work

Creating Impact via Remote Workshops: Interview with Jenny Price

Jenny Price is a designer, strategist, and program director. As a design facilitation leader and mentor in her current work, she guides higher..

Jim Kalbach

in interview, remote workshop

Remote Design Research at O'Reilly Media: Interview with Stefanie Owens

Stefanie Owens leads the user research practice at O'Reilly Media. Her team of talented designers manage to stay connected and creative despite..

Jim Kalbach

in remote teams, user research

Remote Design at Trello: Interview with Chris Kimbell

Chris Kimbell Head of Design at Trello, part of Atlassian. His team consists of product design and research talent, distributed across a few time..

You Don't Have to Be a Designer to Solve Problems Visually

MURAL is not just for designers. Anyone can work through problems visually, regardless of your role or type of work.

Jim Kalbach

in design, design thinking,

The Digitally-Defined Workplace: Making Remote Design Work

All the signs are there: remote work is on the rise, and its upward trend will continue. By some estimates, up to half of all U.S. workers will..

5 Everyday Uses of MURAL

Here at MURAL, we practice what we preach. Our small teams are distributed across four time zones. We stay effective by using a core stack of..

5 Tactics for Facilitating Seamless Remote Work

“But I like sticky notes.”

At MURAL, we hear that a lot when we bring up remote work. Don’t get us wrong: we like sticky notes too. And there’s..

Weekly Notes that Stick