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We will list several good reasons why we always apply for sticky papers.They help you focus on key ideas and messages. Sticky papers are usually small pieces of paper, which means that you really need to summarize the point in shaping your thoughts.

They limit you to their size and force you to make key conclusions, tasks, short and concise messages. They facilitate teamwork. Especially for group workshops where individuals can then share and compare their opinions and create mental maps.

The papers represent thoughts, ideas and information, and their ease of sharing allows them to move from one topic or category to another. They are varied. They come in various shapes, sizes and colors, which is especially useful in categorization, hierarchy of priorities.

Especially for group workshops where individuals can then share and compare their opinions and create mental maps.The papers represent thoughts, ideas and information, and their ease of sharing allows them to move from one topic or category to another. They come in various shapes, sizes and colors, which is especially useful in categorization, hierarchy of priorities and relationships.

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Moderation cards belong to the primal soup of the moderation. The rectangular or oval paper maps are still a very robust tool for workshops. They are to be found in every semi-reasonably equipped presentation case in every questionably furnished hotel meeting room. The colors are designed to work with brownpaper on moderation walls. Unlike Post-Its or many of the other alternatives, the size is designed to allow all participants to read the writing. The cards are pinned to Metaplan walls with pins and you can easily rearrange them. The cards can also be used without a wall: e.g. at the table or on the floor. Since they do not stick and roll, they are e.g. to collect and mix well on a card question. And they are easy to print on, which can be very important if you want to give input in the same style as the rest of the moderation.

But: moderation cards look stale. In my experience, many participants have reservations about working with moderation cards. Apparently they have experienced too many bad workshops with moderation cards. The work with the needles has its pitfalls and needs routine. As a moderator, you have at least one pen and usually several moderation cards in your hand. So you always have to open a hand for needling.

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As a moderator, you should make sure that there are enough pins on the top of the board, that you have packed enough needles, and that you do not take the needles with you into your hand luggage on the plane. In addition, moderation cards can not simply be stuck to walls or Kapa boards, but rely on pinable moderation walls. (Yes, you can paste the moderation cards with crepe tape too, but that’s way too awkward during a moderation.) That’s the biggest drawback for me. Because in most locations, these walls are in a rather desolate state due to the years of needles. These two post-it alternatives come without any adhesive pads or needles. The thin foil uses electrostatic energy. If participants do not yet know Slickynotes or Stattys, you can create a nice wow effect.

We write all participant names on the slides, and each participant can then move according to his mood. For labeling you can either use waterproof pens or whiteboard markers. Neuland has brought two markers for the Slickynotes on the market (thin, thick). This is great because many pens do not blend well with the Stattys and dissolve the color. What’s great about an electrostatic solution is that the films can be used from both sides. So you have a colored page and a white back. As a result, you always have a second color. In addition, white is something special on Brown Paper because there are no white post-its. Although we have been using Stattys for a very long time, we have now strapped that you can describe the white back with whiteboard pens and wipe off accordingly.