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User Story Mapping
Host productive workshops and meetings with your team or training groups to encourage discussion or brainstorm new ideas. Discover your product more deeply, align everybody with the goals, and run debates that bring results.
Meetings & workshops
Ensure a strong project start with unified team understanding and seamless task execution. Align everyone with project goals and coordinate team efforts.
Check past year's lessons, achievements, challenges, or failures with your entire team.
Bring a bit of fun to your boards using emojis and stickers to express your feelings or thoughts.
Meet regularly with your employees for one-on-one meetings to answer their questions and check the status of their professional growth.
Determine your customer personas and create solutions satisfying all their needs, pain points, and expectations.
Double-check if your assumptions or ideas make sense and come to feasible, desirable, and viable conclusions.
See how similar or different specific data is to compare your product against others and make better decisions.
Organize your tasks, get an outline of who's responsible for what, and keep your deadlines.
Draw a hierarchical chart of your organization, employees, and areas of their responsibilities.
Prepare a plan of your work by looking at it in reverse and then visualizing all steps needed to make your project a reality.
Find alternative paths and solutions for your ideas by discovering dozens of detailed action areas.
Start your event with an ice-breaking session and spin a digital wheel to ask your colleagues different, fun, and warming-up questions.
Conduct a session during which everybody will be able to contribute to new ideas by writing down their feedback.
Analyze your ideas from a negative perspective to turn them into positive ones during a reverse brainstorming session.
Prepare new product roadmaps while being concentrated on your goals and objectives.
Ask your teammates how they feel about the last Sprint and what actions could make their work environment more positive.
Draw decision trees to sketch your next steps, spot product opportunities, and determine growth paths.
Show your colleagues you care about their well-being by talking about the emotions they're experiencing.
Discover what your employees missed, liked, experienced, and wished for during the Sprint.
Groom your backlog by checking how much effort it will cost and how much value it will bring back to your organization.
Analyze problems from six different points of view to see their core and find great solutions.
Prepare a plan for the entire month by writing down the most significant events or deadlines.
Take turns typing down one question and asking your colleagues to give an honest answer about what went good and wrong during the last Sprint.
Run a slow-paced retro to find out what your teammates think about the last Sprint, how the work went, and what could be improved.
Check your closest competitors, how strong or weak their market position is, and how they relate to your organization.
Ask your teammates to share their feedback and opinion about the last Sprint and how you can improve the experience.
Set aside redundant topics unrelated to the discussion by parking them in a virtual lot and returning to them on another occasion.
Draw consequences, challenges, and outcomes on a tree model representing the course of your decisions.
Take a few random words and conduct an impromptu, agenda-less session leading to the Aha! moment.
Come up with new ideas and concepts in just over 15 minutes during an ideation session.
Kick off the meeting with an ice breaker exercise during which everyone will share their experiences from their first job.
Execute a weekly team-building exercise to bond with your colleagues, hear their thoughts and insights, or learn their new favorites.
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.
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.
Build great new solutions and stay several steps ahead of your competitors.
Decide together with your team which actions you should start, stop, or continue doing during your next Sprint.
Set ambitious and challenging goals for your team to measure the results and track the progress.
Host agenda-less meetings to prioritize topics for discussion and collaboratively agree on your next steps.
Make your company stand out from the crowd and define its clear vision and strategy to gain more clients.
Recognize impediments during your Sprint and analyze what worked and what didn't for your team.
Understand your customers better by designing their experiences on a handy design thinking process template.
Measure all of the successes and possible failures by deeply discovering your product.
Find connections between your concepts and ideas. Unify large amounts of Jira issues. Identify complex problems.
Analyze your projects and assign pluses to methods that worked well or deltas to things that you could improve.
List out all must-haves, should-haves, could-haves, and won't haves to reach a consensus about your next project.
Kick off your meeting with simple activities and get the conversation going.
Prioritize your task on board according to their urgency and importance.
Take a look at your recent project and Sprint. See what went well and what needs to be fixed.
Present visually complex processes, ideas, and the scope of your projects.
Import epics on your board, break them into stories and assign them to specific teammates. Work on objectives, risks, and solutions.
Use the gamified technique to estimate your work and the efforts needed for user stories and tasks.
Align all of your teams on goals, milestones, and upcoming releases and plan out how your product or services will evolve.
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.
Start mapping out user stories and prioritize product releases within minutes.