Recently I created a simple diagram illustration of an interesting article. It was about a customer-centric projects approach in project management.
It can sound heavy for a PM outsider, but the message inside is simple – remember it’s about people, not processes.
Here is my visualization:
How was this diagram created? Here’s a brief overview of drawing it, may it inspire you 🙂
- First, we agreed on what was the key message that should be visualized.
- Then I extracted a visual structure out of the blog article text – identifying two basic diagram structures her:
- How are the main objects related? You can see a causal diagram sequence here – what’s the first, what the next
- What the process is composed of? There were two main elements Service oriented and Capturing Value Criteria
- Finally, I drafted a diagram illustration showing the outcome of applying those two elements. I used our hand drawn scribble shapes for that, to give it natural organic look, but in general, a default PowerPoint shapes would do, too.
The full article is on LinkedIn “How to deliver a customer-centric project?”.
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