Trello is one of our favorite organization tools. It is one of the better UI kanban boards that features instantly creatable, adaptive, movable lists and cards.
It is also an ideal collaborative whiteboard space, far more useful than an actual whiteboard. On a Trello Board, we can keep reorganizing lists and cards as our divergent and convergence thinking and learning evolves. We can post images and documents to any cards for further elaborations and iterations of specific ideas. We can have endless conversations abiut ideas on the backs of cards. None of this is possible on a static whiteboard or document.
We use Trello to cultivate and curate new ideas in projects. We use it to construct new proposals and reports. It acts as an optimal space for accelerating creativity and scaling engagement.