What do you think when you hear the phrase ‘bridge the gap’? This concept has many different applications. Whether you’re bridging the gap between different industries, departments, teams, or simply connecting two concepts, bridge diagrams can help your audience understand.Continue reading Help Your Audience Connect the Dots by Presenting with Visual Metaphor Bridge Graphics
Looking for a way to illustrate a plan, journey or steps and milestones? With approaching new year this topic is especially relevant now 🙂
Need to present a business decision process, illustrate a legal procedure or show the decision logic in expert system answering human questions?
Wondering how to plan 2019 year activities the new way? If you are one of those, who don’t like planning especially because of lack of time and tools, you are in the right place to find resources, calendar graphics and a few tips.
Do you want to illustrate an HR process, employee engagement or talent development program? We present a few examples you can use to visualize employees needs and values on a PowerPoint slide.
Inspiring vision and strong mission statements are parts which define contemporary company cultures. Presenting those statements to your team members in a catchy way, be can be a challenge, but we’ll help you 🙂 Here you’ll see several examples of vision and mission illustration in a PowerPoint presentation.
In this article, we will give ideas for how to illustrate business growth with images. You can literally show your clients, peers, (and any other audience) that you’ve made progress or that you aspire to a goal.
Hey 🙂 I am happy to share with you my talk with Terry, our client who works as an innovation consultant. Terry shares her experience in using business model canvas template graphics not only for classical presentations at a meeting. She’s also helping her clients to implement innovation and customer experience design with the help of visuals. Continue reading Using Business Model Canvas for Innovation and Experience Design [client story]
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.
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.