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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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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,

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,

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,

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,

MURAL Meetup - Reinventing In-Person Facilitation Using Digital Devices

Everything we know about collaborating at work is changing: where it's done, how it's done and who does it. Most conversations are not going to be..

Emilia Åström

in design sprints, event recap,

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,

What Design Thinking Could Be: Webinar Recap

Over 20 years ago Steve Jobs uttered the words, “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology.” Some..

Mark Tippin

in design thinking, templates,

Building the Design Movement at Enterprise Experience

Leading a design movement at a company can be an isolating experience. Introducing terms like "empathy" and coaxing teams to take more time for..

Hailey Temple

in event recap, events,

Control The Room 2019

A summary of Austin’s 1st Annual Facilitator Summit, led by Douglas Ferguson and the team at Voltage Control.

Douglas Ferguson

in event recap, events,

How Design Sprints Can Be Reformatted For Any Workshop/Meeting: Webinar Recap

After running hundreds of design sprints and training thousands of people across the world, AJ&Smart have a good handle on the most common..

David Chin

in design sprints, webinar,

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

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

As we make more progress with design thinking and it gains continued adoption within the world's most innovative companies, the urgency of how we..

David Chin

in design thinking, webinar,

Reimagining Consultant-Client Collaboration with MURAL

Consultants collaborate with clients to help solve their challenges and make them grow. These clients need to constantly transform processes,..

Wout Hermans

in facilitation, 2019,

Running Global Virtual Design Sprints: Webinar Recap

The first ever global virtual design sprint was generated from a simple thesis: If design sprints work well with everyone in the same room, could..

Emilia Åström

in design sprints, remote collaboration,

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