In “An Ode to the Whiteboard, Corporate America’s Least Appreciated Office Tool” Rob Walker says “And even for more workaday whiteboards, there’s an additional factor that the pandemic era has actually underscored: the value and appeal of whiteboarding as an analog, tactile experience.”
He then goes on to compare the whiteboard to a campfire, a gathering place that drives collaboration and creativity.
Whiteboards are a great visual artifact of quality culture.
Whiteboard are shared spaces for problem-solving and innovation.
They form an important part of visual management.
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