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  • Lucidchart template roundup: February

    The Lucidchart template gallery is continually being updated. Let’s take a look at the February template roundup.  

    Topics:

    • Templates
  • Tournament brackets 101

    Learn the basics of tournament brackets, including how they work and how to create one. Includes a free template!

  • How to pivot your business strategy quickly

    It's not uncommon for businesses to reach a point that requires a shift to ensure the company can stay successful. Learn how to quickly and effectively pivot strategy. 

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  • Understanding force field analysis

    Learn about force field analysis and how Lucidspark can help. Weigh the pros and cons of a change and think about what you need to do to make change successful.

  • 7 templates for restructuring your team

    In this blog post, we discuss seven templates that can help you as you work to restructure your team.

  • How 4 colleges use Lucidchart

    These four customer stories highlight schools that successfully used Lucidchart to streamline communication, increase comprehension, and maintain their academic rigor.  

  • What is pair programming? Etiquette, benefits, and how to

    Pair programming is a technique where two developers work side by side on the same computer. It produces code that’s a higher quality and a better value.

  • How to plan an app visually

    Visuals help teams efficiently collaborate on their app and create mockups to show stakeholders. Let’s dive into how you can plan your app visually.

  • 7 templates for back-end engineers

    In this blog post, we will share seven templates for back-end engineers that you can use today.  

  • What is decision tree analysis?

    In this blog post, we will explain how a decision tree analysis works as well as templates to get started.  

  • What is systems thinking in the Scaled Agile Framework?

    Systems thinking is figuring out how various things influence each other within a system. By considering the complete picture, teams can proactively find and fix potential problems, take the lead on changes that need to be made, and improve the system overall.

  • Let’s talk about technical debt in Agile

    Technical debt is similar to financial debt in that you’re making a tradeoff for something now that will need to be paid back later. In this article, we’ll explore technical debt in Agile and ways to reduce it.

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