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User Story Mapping
Involve team members in a straightforward decision-making process, discuss the next steps of your projects, and resolve significant issues. Map out all of your tasks on virtual boards and prioritize them according to your team's capacity.
Represent visually your processes, outputs, or actions on a concise, step-by-step map.
Grasp your business's worth, simplify operations, and boost customer value. Enhance competitiveness by refining processes.
Categorize data from research studies into various clusters to create innovative features or products.
Visualize research studies data on a chart and see how your solution differentiates from competing companies.
Visualize your goals on a flowchart and focus on how to achieve them effortlessly and what impact they have on your customers.
Double-check if your assumptions or ideas make sense and come to feasible, desirable, and viable conclusions.
Ensure the project follows the right path by clearly distributing the responsibilities to the appropriate people.
Represent similar or different aspects of your product on a spider diagram by looking at research data.
Prepare a plan of your work by looking at it in reverse and then visualizing all steps needed to make your project a reality.
Meet your customer's expectations and needs by creating a digital tree with identified opportunities and solutions.
Draw decision trees to sketch your next steps, spot product opportunities, and determine growth paths.
Groom your backlog by checking how much effort it will cost and how much value it will bring back to your organization.
Check your closest competitors, how strong or weak their market position is, and how they relate to your organization.
Conduct an organized event to discuss and resolve significant issues within your company in an efficient way.
Take a look at your competition to see how your products compare to others and how to make them stand out on the market.
Map out what’s on your radar with your team and decide together which tasks you should focus on first.
Create fictional users based on your research to represent their characteristics, communicate your product’s benefits, and develop it to serve particular needs.
Analyze all of your stakeholders to see how much impact and engagement they have on your projects.
Set SMART goals to get your team and projects to move in the right direction.
Set ambitious and challenging goals for your team to measure the results and track the progress.
Make your company stand out from the crowd and define its clear vision and strategy to gain more clients.
Map problems and their roots on a diagram to explore their causes and find proper solutions.
Determine possible incidents that can happen to your projects and define what to do to avoid them.
Determine everything that can affect your project by placing the notes on the consequence and likelihood matrix.
Visualize the dependencies between the tasks and duration of your projects with a straightforward sequence of steps.
List out all must-haves, should-haves, could-haves, and won't haves to reach a consensus about your next project.
Effortlessly identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats your project can face.
Prioritize your task on board according to their urgency and importance.
Present visually complex processes, ideas, and the scope of your projects.
Vote on issues on your whiteboard and prioritize work together with your team.
Optimize your workflow and create custom Kanbans connected deeply with Jira. Add multiple Kanban boards on the same whiteboard.