Stormboard just revised all of our templates with a great new look!
Here are a list of the templates we have now. And more coming!
We have our 3,5 and 10 section templates that lets you easily group your ideas.
Board Meeting – allows you to capture the contents and agenda of a meeting so your whole team can be on the same page.
Business Plan – The easiest way to create a business plan! Add some stickies to each section of the business plan and export the summary report and you’ve got the fastest business plan ever. You can invite your whole team to work on the plan together in real time.
Buying Motivations – This template enables your team to discover what buying motivations your customer have and strategize on how to adjust your marketing and sales plan to take best advantage of them.
Calendars – We now have two calendar templates. A monthly template and weekly template allow you to put plans on a shared wall and organize them by date and time.
Feature, Advantages, Benefits – Brainstorm the features, advantages and benefits of your product or service offerings.
Feature Requests – Create a storm to have your team capture feature requests. Use the template to prioritize and get more details on the features.
Impact vs. Effort Matrix – This template enables you to plot your ideas on a 2×2 matrix. Ideas placed to the right are easier. Ideas placed at the top are higher priority.
Pro’s vs. Cons – This simple template lets you sort ideas in either a pro or con section.
Retrospective Template – This very popular agile template allows you have a shared retrospective wall. This wall enables your team to define what you should stop doing and start doing.
SIRS Template – This template lets you define what you should stop, improve, redesign and start.
SWOT – This classic storm template lets you define your Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.
Venn Diagram – We have two venn diagram templates to see where you ideas overlap. We have a 2 and a 3 circle Venn Diagram
5W’s – This template allows you to capture the Who, What, When, Why, Where and How of your ideas.
KWL Template – The standard KWL template is great for involving your whole class in finding out what they know, what they want to know and what have they learned.
Reading and Analyzing Non-Fiction – Great to engage your classroom in recording and building on prior knowledge as they go through the research process.
Word Wall – Gives you a storm to have students add ideas to each letter of the alphabet.
More Templates Coming:
We’re hoping to add dozens more templates. Please add the templates you would find useful in our Template Request Storm.