Eugene Chung from Atlassian joins MURAL’s Hailey Temple to share how leaders at Atlassian build empathy and identify the right support for their teams through changing work experiences.
Emem Adjah from Spotify joins MURAL’s Emilia Åström to share how her team does quarterly OKR planning when everyone is working remotely.
James Pickett joins MURAL’s Hailey Temple for a live session about how ThoughtWorks’ leadership team adapted their strategic planning sessions for a remote world.
To me, learning how to use MURAL is not about how to add a sticky note to a canvas. It’s about how to transform the way that I work in a collaborative, digital way - regardless if I'm co-located or remote.
Design sprints are a great way to bring your team together to focus on a single problem - but what if your team doesn’t have the time or budget to fly everyone to the same location to run a sprint?
What should we do next? That might be the most important question a product decision maker has to answer, several times a year. Although there are many prioritization methods out there shared by different “experts”,
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Companies are transforming into design-driven organizations. They invest in amazing innovation centers and have top design agencies come in to consult them.
Collaborating remotely is hard. For designers, it may even seem impossible. The visual interaction and open environment needed for great creative work can be tricky to achieve when your team doesn’t sit in the same room.
Maria Giudice, the new VP of Experience Design at Autodesk, is on a quest to transform a company. How? By shifting their focus from providing industry-leading products and services to creating remarkable experiences.
IBM is transforming itself into a design-driven company. Their philosophy? Good design is good business: it’s the leading edge weapon to remain competitive and successful in the market.