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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

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MURAL @ IDEO: Graduation Day

IDEO has been one of our greatest partners. They saw the value in our initial product and helped us grow through their Startup-In-Residence program

Mariano Suarez-Battan

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This Is Your Brain On MURAL - Interview With Dr Anjan Chatterjee

The human brain processes visual information differently than text. We’re able to see patterns and relationships in a unique way when we solve..

Jim Kalbach

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Creativity is Serious Business: An Interview with John Cabra

Creativity isn’t just nice to have: it’s serious business. John Cabra should know -- he’s a leading researcher and consultant in the field.

Beyond Being There: Online Collaboration in the Heightened Reality

We are fortunate to live in a global economy driven by ever accelerating change.

Those who stand to win are the people that are able to quickly..

Sebastian Sjoberg

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Do You Suffer From Workshop Amnesia?

You’ve experienced this before: a creative team comes together for a workshop. Maybe it’s new project or you need to brainstorm new product..

Curate your own Museum of Ideas

The benefits of keeping a sketchbook of ideas are multiple. There’s even a pretty good article that mentions the emotional and creative benefits..

Mariano Suarez-Battan

in food for thought

Solving Problems Visually: Switching Frameworks is Good For You

Tom Wujec is a thought leader in design and collaboration. A Fellow at Autodesk, he helps companies visualize business problems. Tom is a master..

Why Brainstorming is Only Half the Battle

In the past few years, I’ve seen a number of articles that proclaim a rather unsettling message: that brainstorming doesn’t work. Or rather, that..

Megan Landes

in cool stuff, food for thought

Keeping up with Collaboration in the Age of Connectivity

Communication is changing. We live in the Age of Connectivity, a world where no one would be shocked if wifi made an appearance on Maslow's..

Megan Landes

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