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Verify the accuracy of your product hypotheses by mapping them out and determining if they pose a risk to your business's success.
Bring a bit of fun to your boards using emojis and stickers to express your feelings or thoughts.
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.
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.
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.
Analyze problems from six different points of view to see their core and find great solutions.
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.
Set SMART goals to get your team and projects to move in the right direction.
Build great new solutions and stay several steps ahead of your competitors.
Frame your discussion around the emotional journey of your team members to improve team morale and job satisfaction.
Understand your customers better by designing their experiences on a handy design thinking process template.
Guide your teammates through complex processes on step-by-step diagrams.
List out all must-haves, should-haves, could-haves, and won't haves to reach a consensus about your next project.
Map your ideas on a graphical layout. Give your thoughts a structure and let them radiate from and to the central idea.