Bored or Board: The Importance of Whiteboard Presentations
No matter how many firms I work for, I invariably find myself popping into meeting rooms and trying to decipher a jumble of drawings, techno/business-jargon and arrows that seem to point in a number of directions toward a variety of items. Some are freshly drawn ideas put upon the nicely bleached surface, but many are reminiscent of the old cave paintings found in France--partially smudged reminders of a time long past, with nothing to keep them somewhat intact except a hard to read “Do not erase” message scribbled in the corner of the board.
Yet this simple device has helped us come a long way in how we encourage development and collaborative breakthroughs. It is through its continued use that new products and ideas will be created.
Write and Right
A product from the 1990s that quickly became a de facto piece of equipment for most offices, whiteboards (also referred to as “dry-erase boards”) appear in just about every conference room and meeting area where people want to write down, design and/or construct a process, workflow or action list. They are ideal for technological innovators who constantly revamp their ideas and are crucial to trainers and educators that need to edit content on the fly.
Using a combination of principles to create the visual outcome (special resins/sheaths spread over a core material and utilized with markers
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