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Hi Miro Heroes Anna here, your Community Manager. This March, we are celebrating Women’s History Month by hosting a special edition of the Miroverse Challenge, Womxn at Work, and highlighting the most inspiring female creators that contributed templates to our template library. I’m super excited to share our conversation with @Johanna Torstensson, an Agile Coach and Scrum Master based in Karlskrona, Sweden. Johanna is a prominent Miroverse Creator and longtime Miro Community Member who authored one of the most popular templates of 2021 — Sailboat Retrospective. It won Miro users over because it’s a fun, easy, productive way to look back at sprints and identify what went well and what needs to improve. We sat down with Johanna to talk about her career path and get some tips & tricks for aspiring Miroverse Creators, and I’m excited to share her wisdom with the Miro Community. TL;DR: Best advice for Agile coaches: coaching teams is not about you or what you believe is the way to go
Hi everyone Hope you're having a great start of the week I have some new Miroverse templates for you to enjoy UX Research Kickoff Workshop by Maria Hock is a 1-1.5h workshop during which researchers (or product managers) can gather and prioritise stakeholder questions around the challenge to tackle.UX Research Kickoff Workshop by Maria HockOpen Space 1 day - up to 70 people by Yassal Sundman helps you create a virtual Open Space conference with the feel of a physical space.Digital Inclusion by Cocomore is a modular blanko-framework for different types of workshops. It ensures the intuitive navigation and interaction on the board by clearly structuring, explaining and facilitating your approach and guiding your participants step-by-step through the process.Meta-SWOT by Owtcome is the makeover of classic SWOT that can be used as dynamic and action-driven tool for strategic scenarios. The result of Meta-SWOT is a powerful and more connected narrative that eases the execution path throug
Hi Miro Community!It’s the Holiday season! I don’t know about you, but for me December is all about reflecting on the past twelve months and making plans for the next year. This month, I’m really excited to take inspiration from Miroverse and use some of the templates to plan my adventures in 2022. Here are my favorite Miroverse submissions for yearly planning (both personal and professional): The Golden Circles: Plan with Meaning by @Ruslan Kildeev Theory of Change by @Piera Mattioli Personal Legend Turbine by Adam Wright The Crisis Curve: Navigating Intense Change by Wicked Problem Solving Personal Values Discovery by Business Journey Personal Map by Indigo Health Three-Year Long-Horizon Schedule by Matt Lane What are your favorite board templates for planning a year ahead? Share links to Miroverse and screenshots of you boards below and let’s help each other to find the best solutions!
Hello Miro community! A friend and I, both Miro users, started exploring some Miro app ideas to add to the marketplace. Our focus is on apps using artificial intelligence. Currently, we are investigating 2. Image to Miro: Convert your images from other platforms into editable Miro Objects. Beautify for Miro: No more ugly looking graphs and mind maps. Use our AI assistant to automatically transform your drafts into something beautiful.Check out our website and vote for your favourite, it will help us decide whether to launch them in the marketplace! https://miroai.wordpress.com/If you have suggestions for new apps, do let us know as well!
Hi Miro community, We have some fantastic new blog articles that have gone live over the past few weeks, so wanted to take a moment to highlight them here How to hold a strategic planning meeting: A simple, step-by-step guide for facilitators 7 steps to conduct a competitive market analysis How to use a decision tree diagram to reach informed conclusions: A step-by-step guide How to use the Ansoff Matrix for strategic planning (with examples) How to conduct an effective SWOT analysis What is a BCG Matrix? And how to get the most out of it All you need to know about PEST analysis Business process modeling notation (BPMN): Everything you need to know 3 types of Miro integrations that optimize your hybrid tech stack Enjoy!
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Hi all Welcome to another Miroverse Monday edition! This week we have 10 new templates! Diversity Canvas by Startupbootcamp is a tool that all teams can use to help better map how Diversity builds and impacts their work and products. Diversity Canvas by StartupbootcampThe One-On-One Canvas by Kamilla Queiroz offers a proposal for conducting a moment of feedback, monitoring and evolution.Sailboat Method by Zane Segruma will help you to zoom out from day-to-day activities and focus on the broader picture.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop by nativDigital will help you create transparency about the people involved in your project. This way you can better plan your change management and adapt your communication for your target groups.Stakeholder Analysis Workshop Benny Hill Sorting (Idea Dance) by Denkwerk will you identify the most popular ideas within a group and group people based on their interest.System Mapping Toolkit by Systemic Design Group will help you make sense of complex challe
Ummm are you supposed to look at the person on the screen? Are you supposed to stare into the camera?…. During the body language event today, we talked about how important facial expressions are on video calls because we can’t see the body of the person across from us. Even hand gestures are a different thing on video, so the face does the talking - literally and figuratively. Plus, eye contact is important to show someone that you’re listening to them and you care about what they’re sharing. But how do you do it? I find that if someone consistently looks at one part of their screen, it’s clear to me that they’re focused on me and we’re connected. I do the same - but I tend to put my video on the left side of my screen and notes on the right, so my head is slightly turned to the left when I’m talking to someone on video. Also, I’ll say it - it’s so obvious when someone keeps looking at themselves on video…it’s brutal but we all do it! So, what do you think? How can you make eye contact
Hey Everyone, Brad from Miro here. I’m looking for the next round of customers that we can feature in inspiring video stories like these ones we’ve produced about Lake | Flato Architects, Frog, and Twiga. If you’re interested and think your company would allow you to participate in something like this (some brands don’t - crazy, right?) - I’d love to hear from you. Please message me at firstname.lastname@example.org or reply here. I look forward to hearing from you and learning more about the amazing things your team is doing! Thanks so much! Brad
Miro loves startups, and Startups love Miro. The Miro Startup Program is scaling rapidly. Therefore we are looking for a part-time, remote (max 20 hours) marketing associate (contractor). The Miro Startup Program aims to build and engage a thriving startup community at Miro, executing partnerships with VCs and accelerators and evangelising Miro in the startup Ecosystem.Miro wants to continue to invest in this strategic audience. You will have a critical role in keeping the Program running and improving our Program. You will be responsible for scaling the operations to serve over 10K startups.What tasks will you do?A part-time role for a max of 20 hours per week Nurture our Startup Community by creating and sending the startups newsletter to startups and startup partners Production of the Startup Community events: create an event page, send invitations, and follow up after the event. Work together with the program manager around strategic partnerships and lead the operational side,
You work too much. You work too hard. And still, you could do better. But how?The answer is not working harder or longer - it’s working smarter.Join Alice Jakins and Belinda Murray who will share their top 5 findings from their experiences as consultants, running dozens of internal business audits for advertising, marketing, media and production companies. Sign up for this free webinar on April 5 here!
Hi Miro Heroes Anna here, your Community Manager. This March, we are celebrating Women’s History Month by hosting a special edition of the Miroverse Challenge, Womxn at Work, and highlighting the most inspiring female creators that contributed templates to our template library. I’m super excited to share our conversation with @Regine, a Certified Professional in Talent & Development (CPTD). Regine is a prominent Miroverse Creator and longtime Miro Community Member who authored two useful templates — Virtual Winter Wonderland Village and Niching Down: Online Course Persona Empathy Map. It won Miro users over because of great design and potential to engage teams. We sat down with Regine to talk about her career path and get some tips & tricks for aspiring Miroverse Creators, and I’m excited to share her wisdom with the Miro Community. TL;DR: Best advice for women going through a career transition: identify your North Star and chart out a path made up of manageable stepping sto
Hi community, In line with Miro’s new board user interface, the Getting Started with Miro course has been updated to reflect recent changes. If you aren’t already familiar, this on-demand course is perfect for beginners because it teaches how to navigate Miro boards, create content, and customize templates in just 20 minutes. Take the updated course -Annika
Were you able to check out Miroversity Live last week? The spirit of learning makes me think of the different ways that our community helps people learn about Miro every day. What are the best ways for beginners to learn about Miro and for advanced Miro users to up-level their skills? Do you recommend any YouTube video or workshops from Miro Experts? Do you have a favorite help center article that everyone should bookmark? Let us know!
Hi folks! I am the new product evangelist at Miro, so great to come to this community as a Mironeer after being a Miro-user for 10 years!!! For all the designers here, if you are headed to Adobe MAX this year, join me for my breakout session to learn how to enhance your design critiques, ideation sessions and sprints using Miro + Adobe XD. Hope to see some of you there!
Hey Miro Community! We’d love to see photos or videos of how you are experimenting with various hybrid set ups, whether for workshops, meetings, or team hub spaces -- in a formal office or otherwise. If you’d like to add some pointers and lessons learned, I’m sure others would appreciate that as well. Some questions to jumpstart the discussion:Share your photos! Describe the set up. How many people were joining in-person? Remotely? What was the main reason for the session? How did you set up your Miro board for people to participate and engage? Were most people familiar with Miro already? What other tools did you use? Describe how facilitation and meeting skills contributed to the session / collaboration. Any learnings after the session happened? We’re looking to learn from you all as we’re building out our company and product strategy here.
Hi all , Hope everyone’s having a great start of the week This Miroverse Monday has brought us 9 new amazing templates SuperPersona Warm-up by Zane Segruma allows team members to get into the thinking and creativity mode, express themselves, and generate ideas. SuperPersona Warm-upMomentum Sprint by tini studio offers a comprehensive set of 10 workshop activities that will bring you through a journey that starts with (re)defining your Vision and Mission ends with a clear Action Plan towards impact. Business Case Canvas by Steve Lydford enables managers to visually and succinctly describe and analyse the key components of a business case. Use of the Business Case Canvas ensures that all major factors affecting the analysis, recommendation and subsequent investment decision are considered.OKR Planning Street by The Middle is a good, tried and tested, workshop for planning your next OKR cycle.Miro Beginners Training Board by mct inc. was created for workshop facilitators to train w
Hi, everyone. I answer media requests and just ran across this one. If you are an agency owner who has used Miro and Mural, you could get featured in Cloudways.Deadline: 11:00 PM EST - 4 MarchQuery:Miro vs Mural: Which of these two do you, as an agency owner,use, and give solid reasons WITH screenshots (emailed email@example.com) as to why you use it and which featuresappeal to you more?Requirements:1. Responses from agency owners only! 2. With high-qualityheadshots 3. Please send screenshots to firstname.lastname@example.org I’d be interested in seeing any replies submitted, but I am only the messenger. I don’t have any additional information about this media request.
Hi everyone Welcome to the fist Miroverse Monday this September This week we have 8 new templates to add to the Miroverse collection Playful Workshop: Mountain Theme by mct was created to make online collaboration using a virtual board more appealing, fun, and playful, Niko Niko Team Calendar by Daniela Felser helps you and your team to find out more about each other's happiness, and Kaizen Race - Retro Game by Felipe Cholla was designed to promote a fun environment during the continuous improvement sessions.Playful Workshop: Mountain ThemeKaizen Race - Retro Game Team Purpose Workshop by @Daria Rudnik will help you run a 2,5 - 3 hours session with your team and discover your WHY. Design Critique Playground by @Mimi offers a workshop template that supports teams to collect constructive feedback on design and improve the quality of solution.Part of Design Critique Playground Memorable Experience Framework by Audree Lapierre helps product teams consider the well-being and deligh
Hi Miro community, Mark your calendar! Our team and the community have organized some inspiring and collaborative community events this month, and you’re invited Book talk with Annie Murphy Paul, Author of The Extended Mind December 8, 8:30am-9:30 am PSTDuring Distributed, the annual Miro user conference, in October, a panelist recommended the book The Extended Mind: The Power of Thinking Outside the Brain several times. Afterwards, curious Miro users flocked together to read it and learn how we can extend the way we think. Join us for a special session with author Annie Murphy Paul — and get ready to think outside your brain. Save your free spot Asking the “Right” Questions to Build Better Clarity with The Creative Gym December 9, 5pm-6 pm PSTNeed some extra clarity in your life? Designed to help us to break down complex challenges into bite-size information, this interactive workshop brings Changemakers together to build a mind map based on question prompts that inspire reflecti
We sat down with Matt Anderson from Think Startup and his colleague Rob to speak about why it’s difficult to align on customer value. “Customers’ expectations are brutal and are showing no signs of slowing down. Customers are better informed than ever and have a more even playing field equipped with a keyboard and a poor experience. This is not going away any time soon.” Would you agree? Read the full blog post here.
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