Traditional collaboration with participants around a dry-erase board is an effective way to synchronize details. Given the physical logistics of in-person collaboration, modern (web-based) collaboration is a scalable alternative to printed presentation materials (such as a blogpost user-interface-capabilities.html).
For professionals that want to virtually collaborate with a larger audience, but are unfamiliar with "emerging" paperless standards (such as real-world-solution-visualization.html) it is important to leverage an updateable digital platform that can seamlessly integrate web-based digital information.
Based on my experience with software stakeholders, professional workflows are dependent on how well the following four (4) digital capabilities align:
Modern Web Capabilities
This methodology stems from my previous user experience simulation experience that utilized "paperless" user-interface software prototyping technologies (iRise Software Simulation Experience LinkedIn Post) to propose target state digital capabilities and seamlessly integrate live-edit stakeholder feedback.
In 2005, many software development methodology began replacing paper requirements with high-resolution digital presentations. My lessoned learned (from rapid software prototyping) is that solutions are proposed with 2D "paperless" solution templates do not accurately represent real world (3D) problems. Next step, explore the use of emerging mixed reality presentation capabilities in order to better understand real-world-solution-visualization.html scenarios.
Not all ideas succeed. Many good ideas often fail in the presence of adversity; however, they always come with some lessons learned.