Explaining how the company operates can get pretty complex. One of the frequently used business model frameworks is Business Model Canvas (see book Business Model Generation by Alex Osterwalder). This business model beautifully grasps the key elements of how a company operates.
Adding catchy visuals and schemes to this framework will help you get people’s interest and support understanding of the specific business model. Here we share ideas of how you can present full picture and details of BMC on a slide in a clear and simple way.
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One way to perform and document a risk analysis and assessment is using the Risk Matrix. This simple visualization matrix is a management method that helps you present possible risks, define the risk levels. In result, you can support management decision making and plan activities to mitigate those risks.
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2018 is here! Holidays are finished, champagne is drunk, people are getting back to work. Let’s plan new year together to make the most of it!
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If you are working in investments area, then likely you are familiar with GE McKinsey Matrix. This simple framework is a powerful marketing strategy and product management portfolio analysis tool. Learn how you can present the McKinsey model by applying some creative matrix design ideas.
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There is always something changing in our workplace – new colleagues, updated projects, budgets, market. Paradoxically, change is perhaps the one constant.
Feedback – seeking it, giving it and receiving it – is one of the most effective tools we have for harnessing and promoting change so that it is to our benefit.
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Let’s face it: we’ve all been to business meetings, where at one moment we were lost and a bit ‘off’.
Poorly planned, badly timed and generally disorganized meetings can waste a team’s time and make a leader look unprofessional.
Having a predesigned business meeting template comes handy in such situations. You can adapt it to your meeting rules, and meeting topic checklist, to ensure effective flow of the meeting.
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If you’re about to present a talent management issue to the key team members or a board, it’s important to make a good impression. Besides the presentation content, a proper topic visualization can make a difference too, in your speech delivery. Here are some visual solutions we propose.
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The topic of HR and personnel management is a complex one, especially in bigger companies. Being a human resource manager you need to control lots of processes and operate with organizational hierarchies. You probably use often terms such as a team, talent management, recruiting, synergy, knowledge transfer and value.
If you’re mentioning those concepts in your documents, it’s worth to create a visual association, for better readability and audience engagement. Below you can find a few ideas how to illustrate those HR ideas with simple graphics.
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For a long time, we’ve been collecting ideas and thoughts from financial managers and accountants and here’s what we’ve come up with. In this post, we’re sharing alternatives to the money signs and banknote symbols 🙂
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There are dozens of frameworks you can use for strategic analysis, from classical SWOT model to the BCG matrix. The question is which one to choose and how to illustrate strategy in engaging and understandable way for your audience. As usual, the simplest way is the best 🙂
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