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- Start: get ready to paint
About a year ago, I attended a business meeting, which proved to me (literally in one day) that all my thoughts regarding the possibilities of pictures are absolutely true. This meeting not only perfectly illustrated the idea of how useful it is to think about business, to use pictures, but also that pictures could provide (which did not happen) a different result. Last summer
- Black, yellow or red: what color is your pen?
During several hundred business meetings, I conducted a survey on how people approach visual problem solving. I found that all approaches are within a fairly clear spectrum. One extreme is people who are always ready to draw something, and the other is those who hate taking up writing materials. ↑ When it comes to visual problem solving, we all
- Your second “how” picture
Flowchart 2. One click Arrange the elements in places so that they create a logical flowchart, and then write down the solution obtained for the “how” problem. My solution 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
- 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 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
- 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
- Drawings to solve business problems: how to draw?
It is much more important to take the first step and at least draw something on the sheet than to think long and hard about it. You can start with a circle, and then assign a name to it. Even minimal visualization animates objects and makes them more memorable. “Who / what” portrait • The simpler, the better - wire the idea. • Revive lists of thumbnails. • Add a title, names and titles to
- Your first picture for the “how” question
Flowchart I: Applesauce 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 solution is given in the appendix on p. 372. How to increase market share. Let's imagine that we are business consultants and that our
- Cameron D .. The path of the artist. Your creative workshop, 2005
- I do not understand your theory. You say that you reap what you sow.
Why does my spouse almost never listen to me, although I always listen to her when she talks about her affairs or problems? Do you really listen to what your spouse is saying, or maybe you are listening to your inner voice when she speaks? Do not you criticize her to yourself in those moments, as she talks to you? Do you think about your answer while she speaks?
- Intellect cards from associations
With the exercise described above, you can start working on any topic. Often, coordinators (moderators) of groups are afraid of difficulties that may arise due to the abundance of ideas that are born in such experiments. Intellect cards will help to cope with it. Creating intelligence cards based on the moderation technique. If you conduct the exercise described above with a group and want to
- Annotation of books using the mind map
Recall that the process of drawing up an intelligence map when annotating a book consists of two main stages - preparation and application. In the composition of these two stages, eight stages are distinguished. The steps are listed below, with an indication of their approximate duration. An intelligence card on the MOIPC method, compiled by Wanda North (see p. 230), also contains a summary plan for the family day.
- List of the laws of the intellect card
The laws of content and design 1. Use the emphasis • Always use the central image. • Use symbols as often as possible. • For the central image, use three or more colors. • Give the image more volume, and also use bulging letters. • Use synesthesia (a combination of all types of emotional-sensory perception). • Vary sizes
- Creating and editing a mind map on a computer
The process of creating an intelligence card on a computer is very simple. In the "File" menu of the mind map editor, you select the "Create a new mind map" item. After this, a dialog box appears asking you to enter a keyword that will represent the central image of your mind map. Once you have entered a keyword, the computer automatically draws in the center of the screen.
- Determining the mind map
An intelligence card is a graphic expression of the process of radiant thinking and therefore is a natural product of the activity of the human brain. It is a powerful graphical method, providing a universal key to unleashing the potential hidden in the brain. The method of mind maps can be used in any area of life, wherever it is required to improve the intellectual potential.