Mural is a web application that supports group collaboration on the web. In this time of working remotely, I think it is a great option to support virtual meetings. Here are three benefits of using Mural to support your next virtual meeting.
- Planning your Next Meeting
Mural is a great tool to layout your ideas – with others – on what to include and not include in a meeting. You can work together at the same time brainstorming meeting objectives, content and time. When done, you can share a link to a “read-only” version of your Mural in advance of the meeting.
- Use Mural to Capture and Organize Ideas
Mural is helpful to capture random ideas from a team during a meeting. Image people are posting their ideas in the shared workspace, then organizing them into themes and building an action plan.
- Ready to Go – End of Meeting Product
The best part of Mural for me is a beautiful, clean document to share with others. Drawings, text and images are easy to read and ready to share. The “lag time” of writing up a report is gone, and the group can move forward with the work
To learn more about Mural, visit https://mural.co and try out the free trial. I think you will really enjoy working with the software.
So will your team!
I found an interesting discussion on Linkedin about Remote Working. Take a few minutes to read the article.
Here is a link to the article.
Don’t forget to check out the comments on Linkedin to learn about the different perspectives on the article.
Join us January 27 – 31, 2020 for the Toronto Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration Progam with Dr. Sam Kaner and Nelli Noakes from Community At Work.
The five-day program will cover the following topics:
- Designing a Collaborative Strategy
- Learning the Building Blocks of Collaborative Architecture
- How to use Design Principles and Tools that will enable you to develop your own Collaborative Strategies
- Learning and practicing the Partnership Skills that will enable you to co-design and co-develop those strategies.
About the Workshop Leaders
Sam Kaner Ph.D. – Sam has been a practicing organization development professional since the early 1980s and he founded Community At Work in 1987. He is the senior author of the Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making. In 2006, Sam was named “one of the world’s leading experts in collaboration.”
Nelli Noakes, MBA, MPA – Nelli has been a practicing systems change consultant since the year 2000. She joined Community At Work in 2013. She is much sought after for her skillful approach to the diagnosis, design and facilitation of multi-stakeholder collaboration.
The program will benefit agencies involved with an Ontario Health team or involved in shared projects with multiple agencies in the community. The fee for the week-long program is $3,500 per person including meals and HST. Accommodation is extra. There is a limit of 30 participants.
Thanks to everyone who registered by our December 18, 2019 deadline. Given the feedback and requests, we have extended the deadline to January 17, 2020.
To register for the Workshop, please contact me and I will send you a Registration Form.