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- Your second “how” picture
Block diagram 2. One click Arrange the elements in places so that they create a logical block diagram, and then write down the solution obtained for the “how” problem. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 373. It can be noted that in this example we often use the concepts of “if” and “that”: if Tom is hungry, then we feed him; if we want to help a client increase its market share, then we must
- Your first picture for the “how” question
Flowchart I: Apple Sauce Draw a flowchart showing how to use an apple and a mixer so that Tom stops crying (hint: you may want to add a few other items, say, a spoon, a plate and a baby bib). My decision is given in the appendix on p. 372. How to increase market share. Let's imagine that we are business consultants and that our
- Sine sinus block
When the sinus node is unable to conduct a pulse to the atrium, they talk about a "block out of the sinus node." The block may be localized within the sinus node or within the sinoatrial junction. Moreover, the generation of a spontaneous impulse in a sinus node may be normal or anomalous. An abnormal increase is observed in the first degree sinoatrial block.
- Operating unit
The operating unit (Fig. 44) is represented by a complex of premises with special equipment for the production of operations and activities related to their implementation. It is located on a separate floor or in a wing of a building, being connected by corridors or through an elevator system with gynecological departments. The structure of the operating unit: operating rooms, preoperative, sterilization,
- The structure of the center. First block
The structure of the center is based on four functional blocks and implies their dynamic interaction, ensured by the full use of modern computing equipment integrated into network structures. The first block is diagnostic. It provides for dynamic monitoring of the state of the functional systems of the body, its physiological status. Diagnostic laboratories
- Your pictures "why." Theme and Variations
I. Simple Truth Draw a simple “pretty good” portrait showing why visual thinking is a powerful way to solve problems. My decision is given in the appendix on p. 374. 2. Scientific scheme Create a simple multi-factor scheme that can illustrate one or two connections between the following data sets: the proportion of participants in a typical business meeting,
- INFORMATION BLOCK
- MANIPULATION BLOCK
- Depolarizing and non-polarizing unit
Muscle relaxants are divided into two classes: depolarizing and non-depolarizing (tab. 9-1). This unit reflects the differences in the mechanism of action, in response to stimulation of the peripheral nerve and in the subsequent restoration of neuromuscular conduction. The mechanism of action Depolarizing muscle relaxants, in structure resembling acetylcholine, interact with n-cholinergic receptors and cause
- KNOWLEDGE SELF-CONTROL UNIT
- Description of research methods 1 block: methods of role identity
Techniques that determine self- social (role-based adoption of gender roles and choice of gender role hierarchy) (Gavrilitsa, 1998): 1) Methods for diagnosing value preferences of gender roles (cognitive choice) (O.A. Gavrilitsa, 1998). The test contains a table of 8 social roles that a woman usually performs: 1) Mistress 2) Professional activities, creativity h) Mother
- Picture 4: “when” = time line
The suprachiasmatic nucleus measures changes in the light seen by our eyes and conveys information to the hypothalamus, which (besides many other functions) controls the work of our biological clock. Did you know that in our vision system there is a part that keeps an eye on whether there is darkness around *? She uses this information to tell us exactly when to go to bed. If a
- Practice allowing you to create perfect pictures
So, we are at the finish line. Having basic tools for visual problem solving, we are ready to take whiteboards and pens and get started in the real business world. If you are worried about where to start, let me offer you a mantra that I wrote on the Post-it notepad a decade ago and since then I always keep it in front of my eyes: I will use pictures whenever
- So when are we going to draw pictures?
You may have noticed that we have already walked several times using the SQVID model, but have not yet drawn anything. This is normal: the meaning of the SQVID work in half is to make us think about visual options. The exercise we have just completed has switched so many gears in the eyes of our thinking and has involved so many neurons that we are more than ready to offer
- Picture 2: "how much" - the schedule
Problems like "how much" are directly related to numbers. How many units of products have we sold? Do we have enough money to reach the end of the quarter? What happens in the stock market? These kinds of questions, loading our way of seeing "how much", make us constantly count (or at least try to count) the objects around us. Examples of “how many” problems: I am a financial analyst,
- Why do some pictures work and others not?
Over the years, helping people solve problems with pictures, I was often surprised that some types of pictures helped clarify the situation, while others only worsened understanding. This is not related to the quality of the pictures. For example, people in diagram A were drawn much more accurately than the outlines of the figures in diagram B, but this did not help make diagram A easier to understand. It did not have
- Building diagrams with pictures.
In addition to the usual fills (color fills), Excel charts can also use special types of fills - gradient fills, patterns, textures, drawings. The use of fills and textures is shown in one of the above figures in this chapter. In order to use a special fill, you need to press the “Fill Methods” button on the “Format of the diagram” window, and then
- How can we draw “human” pictures for business?
So, getting closer to the end of our seminar, let's talk about what is never discussed at business meetings. Throw out your presentation pages with clearly marked and boring lists of questions and show hand-drawn pictures instead. And even better - draw these pictures right at the meeting. Forward! Meetings and meetings should not be predictably boring *! * Say it
- Picture 6: “why” - scientific schedule
So, we have come to the last and rather large question. “Why” is the universal key to solve problems. If we can answer the question “why” (why something works in a certain way, why one event happens and not another, why some things seem inevitable), then we can consider a significant part of our problem solved. Perhaps the details of the solution are not clear, however