Richard Prieto

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The Challenges of Visual Planning for Distributed Software Development Teams

Most software development teams are comprised of cross-functional members spread across multiple locations around the globe. And we're not just talking about large teams. A survey we conducted of over 1,000 product teams around the world revealed...

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Cnverg, How-To, Uncategorized, Visual Management, Visual Planning

How To : Use the Trello Integration



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How-To, Uncategorized, Visual Management, Visual Planning

How To: Configure and Use the JIRA Notes Integration

We are very excited to announce JIRA Notes is now in Private Beta! JIRA Notes is the latest in our line of productivity integrations, which began with GitHub and Trello.

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Cnverg, How-To, Visual Management, Visual Planning

How To : Use the Cnverg Teams Feature

Cnverg is, first and foremost, a team collaboration tool. Cnverg allows teams to plan and strategize together as if they were in the same room - no matter where in the world they happen to be. This comprehensive guide will take you through the...

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Cnverg, How-To

Getting started with Cnverg in 5 easy steps

This 5 step guide walks you through getting you and your team set up with Cnverg. If you are not familiar with what Cnverg can do please check out the 2 minute overview video here before starting to get set up.

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Entrepreneurship, obeya, start up, visual management

The Story of Cnverg - Part 1

We never set out to build visual collaboration software. My cofounder, John, and I started out building giant touchscreens in his basement in Delaware. This was late 2008-2009 when no one knew what multitouch was. There were maybe 10 or 15 million...

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agile development, Feature Idea, taskboards, Visual Management, visual management

Why You Should Be Using Work-In-Progress Status Tags

Agile coach and visual management guru, Xavier Alue, is adamant that the optimal number of columns on a scrum board is three. Not Started, In Progress, and Finished. Anything more is wasteful, he says.

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