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Don't let ideas die post-retro: 5 ways to make retrospectives more actionable

The retrospective is a familiar end-of-cycle exercise for product development teams who follow Agile methodology. Done right, it can be a highly impactful process with the potential to improve how teams collaborate, function, and innovate. But all too often, teams skip this critical step of reflection in favor of moving on to the next “big” thing.

Unleashing innovation in the workplace through generative AI and the creative power within you

From coding a website from scratch (ChatGPT) to synthesizing insights with just a click (Miro Assist), generative AI can generate novel content and perform tasks that traditionally only humans could perform, e.g. coding, drawing, writing, etc. As generative AI democratizes access to information globally, it amplifies the quality and scale of creative outputs while reducing the cost of creation. Despite its benefits, generative AI is not without its challenges, including.

How to align your organizational structure with your company goals

You know your company’s vision and goals — and you have all of the ambition and enthusiasm you need to make them a reality. But do you have the right people? Goals are nothing but a pipe dream if your organization doesn’t have the right skills, knowledge, and capacity to take action on them. Unfortunately, this is where a lot of companies fall short, with 90% of organizations failing to execute their strategies successfully. Why?

Not all work is created equal: Tasks best suited to asynchronous settings

Asynchronous work — when team members collaborate on the same project or assignment, but not at the same time — is a growing trend in the world of digital and Agile product development. Many teams have discovered that when time is of the essence, scheduling yet another meeting to “sync” might not be the best call. With full calendars, different time zones, and tight deadlines, asynchronous work can be a more efficient and flexible alternative.

How to inspire innovation during uncertain times

Between managing concerns about global markets and conflict to navigating new ways of working, climate change, and more, we’re living in a world where instability is one of our only constants. Our global innovation survey showed that this uncertainty has made enterprise leaders question how practical it is to actively focus on innovation. But we know the worst thing a company could do right now is to stop innovation entirely.

The power of play: Innovative team-building ideas for hybrid teams

We’ve all been there. A day of back-to-back meetings, trying to squeeze productive work in between Slack messages and emails. As the afternoon rolls around, you realize you have yet another calendar invite: a dreaded virtual happy hour. While virtual happy hours are well-intentioned, they can often fall flat for team members experiencing meeting fatigue.

Seamless Jira Cards Integration in Miro: Enhance Your Project Management

Transform your project management approach with the seamless integration of Jira cards in Miro! This tutorial is a deep dive into connecting Jira to Miro, designed to streamline your workflow and bring a new level of efficiency to your projects. Whether you're a beginner or looking to use Miro like a pro, these tips and tricks will unlock new potentials in your collaborative efforts.

Google Workspace in Miro: Boost Your Productivity with THIS Integration

Unleash the full potential of Google Workspace within your Miro boards! This detailed tutorial guides you through integrating Google Docs, Google Calendar, and Google Sheets into Miro, creating a powerful, unified workspace. Whether you're just starting with Miro or looking to use it like a pro, this video is packed with tips and tricks to elevate your productivity and collaboration.

Why failure is necessary for innovation

It’s uncommon for the first draft of anything to be an instant success. That’s because innovation requires trial and error — to brainstorm, develop, and launch a new product or service means iterating continuously throughout the process. But we know failure can be scary: Miro found that 62% of enterprise leaders believe that fear gets in the way of innovation at their companies. In this article, we look at why successful innovators accept failure as part of the process.