Fishbone diagrams are a great tool for solving problems in the workplace. Grab a whiteboard and your employees and get down to the solution. The first step is to simply define your effect: What is the problem? A Fishbone diagram helps yield the necessary communication to solve your initial problem.
Whiteboards are common in large organizations, but they are also great for home offices. Use them for memos, planning, and general organizing of activities and events.
Chances are someone in your company is always thinking and collaborating on new, fresh ideas to bring to the table. A brainstorming session can spark big ideas while also keeping employees engaged. While it may seem like all you need is a small room and a big whiteboard, an Adobe Creative blog’s author offers some key points that will help lead to a more successful brainstorming session.
Whiteboards continue to be an important tool in effective patient communication in health care environments. However, some doctors and nurses get confused with all that white space; what exactly should be written on a patient’s whiteboard?