Want to know whiteboards are changing for ever? Why Collaboration Can Be So Dam Complicated? Or Discover Ways to Make Sure Your Meetings Aren't A Huge Waste of Time? Well, you're in luck. We present to you our top 10 blog posts of the last few months.
Why multiple ideas from multiple sources help build innovation & what you need to start thinking about when deploying a collaborative whiteboarding solution.
In their book, Ideation: The Birth and Death of Ideas, Graham and Bachmann propose a host of ways individuals and organisations can innovate. The list, by no means exhaustive, looks at the revolutionary ideas of Marxism which break away from rational thought, to serendipitous discoveries, like Penicillin, which happen by coincidence and to philosophical ideas which live, mostly, in the minds of the creator.
This year will see your meeting room walls come alive. No more will a traditional whiteboard be the last bastion of analogue in an otherwise digital environment. Next generation whiteboards, says Irwin Lazar of Nemertes, will enter meeting spaces rapidly, systems that allow teams to project, share content, co create, co edit and include remote users.
It’s a truism that we live in a digital world and organisations are creating and producing a huge amount of content: landing pages, design drawings, blueprints, product designs. This content is being produced quicker than ever before, distributed to more locations and reviewed by more people.