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For Project Management, Traditional Whiteboards Are ‘Fast and Easy’

Posted on: October 18th, 2017 by Rich Buss

Fast and easy. That’s what project managers and software developers like about whiteboards, saying that interactive and electric products can create a speed barrier.

How to Use a Whiteboard for to Monitor Task Accomplishments

Posted on: October 9th, 2017 by Rich Buss

Whiteboards are just for writing. Sticky notes add a lot of power to whiteboards for project management, scheduling, ideation, teaching and much more. One tech company that uses a whiteboard for project management calls it the “Getting Stuff Done” — or GSD board.

Teacher Finds High Value in Use of Individual Whiteboards

Posted on: September 20th, 2017 by Rich Buss

Wall-hung whiteboards are a favorite of teachers in classrooms of all levels. But small size whiteboards for individual student use can also be great for teaching.

Staying Focused With a Whiteboard

Posted on: September 12th, 2017 by Rich Buss

Have trouble maintaining focus? It’s not uncommon, but a business executive has found that use of whiteboards helps keep him on task. “These lists stare at me all day. I update them constantly and stick to them religiously,” writes in his Harvard Business Review column.

Use Whiteboards At Home to Stay Organized During the School Year

Posted on: August 23rd, 2017 by Rich Buss

Whiteboards are good organizers for children at home. Put up a whiteboard in a child’s room for him or her to write or draw whatever, but also for time management. Homework schedules, sports practices and games, club meetings and activities, and social events all can be noted on a whiteboard to help your child learn time management.

Use a Whiteboard in Brainwriting for Creative Ideas

Posted on: August 15th, 2017 by Rich Buss

You most likely know about brainstorming for ideas in some business or educational setting. But there’s also “brainwriting,” which some people view as even more effective at producing creative approaches and solutions.
Both methods can involve whiteboards.