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?
For manufacturers that want to benefit from lean manufacturing methods, whiteboards are ideal for highlighting goals and tracking progress. With company goals highlighted on a whiteboard, employees will know what’s expected of them, and a level of accountability will be added.
Looking to make your classroom whiteboard more effective? How you organize lessons on a board can make a big difference.
At EVERWhite, we specialize in custom printed whiteboards. We work with organizations that provide very specific designs, and with organizations that just have a broad idea of what they’d like. For the latter, our expert design staff consults with customers to create the perfect design.
Everyone knows that whiteboards have been essential elements of classrooms. But the author of the Teaching Made Practical blog says whiteboards are one of her nine must-have items for upper elementary school teachers.
What does one of the world’s most iconic companies rely on for design ideas? Sticky notes on whiteboards. IBM’s “design thinking” process gains more input with the approach, and helps the company better serve customers, according to an article in Forbes.
Traditional whiteboards remain an important tool in support of good communications in hospitals and clinics. The boards are even more effective when they are customized for specific communications needs, and to support the health care organization’s brand.
Small, individual whiteboards are great tools in the classroom. Second grade teacher Ashley Schroeder has lots of ideas on using dry erase boards to help her students learn.
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.
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.