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My belief in the amazing power of pictures is not naive. Three megatrends that are developing in the business world are pushing me to this: globalization, information overload, and the surprisingly rapidly increasing speed and range of communication.
If you linger on the topic of airlines already touched on today, then you should tell that not so long ago I read an amazing article about the next generation of Boeing 787 airliners, which are already being built around the world. It's hard for me to come up with the best illustration for total globalization. One of the most complex machines ever created by man is assembled, with an accuracy of one millionth of a centimeter, on thousands of assembly lines in several countries, by people speaking a good dozen languages. All this is possible only because the aircraft manufacturers mapped the whole (plans, processes, project), and then created on its basis countless pictures.
Perhaps we are not engaged and will not be engaged in the creation of huge airliners, the essence is different: we no longer know what native language the members of our project team will have. It is possible that tomorrow we will have to work with people who do not speak our language at all.
Global supply chains and expanding markets make the world more flat, information overload becomes the norm, and communication channels are improving. All this will only contribute to the growth of problems in business. The world has accumulated an incredible amount of data that exists in many forms and in many languages, and today more than ever need businessmen who are able to quickly make optimal decisions and convey the fruits of their thoughts to other people.
For us as businessmen, confidence in our visual abilities is extremely important - and the feeling of comfort caused by this. It is important for us to work on improving our ability to look at complex information, see the emergence of new and the development of existing trends, imagine new opportunities and clearly explain the essence of our discoveries to others. Very soon, these skills will become our main and most valuable asset.
Looking into the near future, I believe: we will understand how visual thinking will change the way we do business. The fact is that visual thinking:
Helps us make better decisions faster
I expect that over the next few years we will see how the bulk of business analysis is done using special graphic formats that allow you to manipulate a huge number of different indicators and visualize the most complex interactions and outcomes. Several companies are engaged in creating such tools (even taking Tableau and Business Objects), but even ordinary Excel has an incredible development potential, especially if you take into account the excellent capabilities for processing graphics that are present in the simplest computers.
Helps us communicate our decisions (and vision) in a more efficient way.
As more and more business people understand the power of pictures as a communication tool, more and more tools (both software and “physical”) will appear on the market to help create (alone and in teams) meaningful graphs, charts, time lines, maps , flowcharts, etc. The main question is to first understand what we want to show and what our audience wants to see, and only then start the engine.
Helps teams execute these decisions in a more efficient way.
Project managers have long been well aware of the power of the visual time line, which should help each project participant understand what and when he should do. The problem is that often only the managers themselves know how to interpret the graphics they create. And from the point of view of team members, these are some walls filled from top to bottom with incomprehensible hieroglyphs. Currently, several companies are working to create interactive tools with truly incredible features. These tools allow groups scattered around the world to get instant visual contact with the project and with each other, as well as track everything you need, and at the level of detail required at the moment.
Regardless of how we look at the world around us and where we are going, the pictures will mean more and more to us. And the starting point of our journey is the ability to see.
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Zarya era sketches on a napkin
- Medicine of the Renaissance.
K XV century. in Europe there were more than 40 universities, many of them had medical faculties. The nature of the era required a comprehensive, encyclopedic approach to all phenomena of life and nature. Medical art was associated not only with the philosophy and sciences of nature, but also with painting and literature. The great artists of the Renaissance - Titian, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, A. Durer,
- Renaissance medicine
K XV century. in Europe there were more than 40 universities, many of them had medical faculties. The nature of the era required a comprehensive, encyclopedic approach to all phenomena of life and nature. Doctors did mathematics in order to know astrology and understand the influence of celestial bodies on human health; studied Greek, Latin and Arabic to read medical treatises, books on
- Our first sketch on a napkin
In the next exercise, let's go step by step through the process of creating our own “napkin” picture. Lessons learned will stay with us and help you create any images in the future. Draw in the process of discussion. Leave a bookmark on this page, as we will come back to it. Let's first draw our own set of tools for visual problem solving. This is the most
- Veterinary Medicine in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (V-XVII century)
In 410 AD Rome fell under the onslaught of the barbarians. This time is considered to be the beginning of the Middle Ages. In Europe, there was a stagnation of science and the decline of knowledge about the diversity of wildlife, including the causes of animal diseases. The reactionary period of omnipotence and obscurantism of the Catholic Church began. The millennial culture of antiquity was destroyed not by the barbarians, but by early Christianity. By
- Return to the napkin
- Quick Review: Visual thinking on a napkin
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- What is the wipe method for?
For the past twenty-five years, I have been helping business leaders from around the world develop diverse ideas. During this time, I myself have learned three things: There is no more powerful way to discover something new than to draw a simple picture. There is no faster way to develop and test your ideas than a simple picture. There is no more effective way to share ideas with other people than a simple drawing
- Topic 5. Medicine of the Early and Classical Middle Ages: Stages of the Formation of a Scientific Direction (V - XV centuries.)
(6 hours) Lesson 1 Plan: 1. Medicine in the Byzantine Empire (395–1453) 2. Medicine in the Old Russian State (IX – XIV centuries) 1. Medicine in Ancient Russia developed in three main areas: folk (craft) , guardianship of the sick and disabled (almshouse) and temple (monastic) medicine. With the introduction of Christianity at the first monasteries appeared shelters
- Roem Dan .. Visual thinking. Problem solving and selling ideas with pictures on a napkin, 2008
- Allow yourself, or Sketch a beginner's board.
Oh, and pester me thoughts of their own imperfection! About how mindlessly I am wasting time flowing through my fingers. The fact that, handing out advice to people right and left, I can not concentrate and take up the mind and do what is necessary. And give up bad habits, and get used to good ones. And I am mistaken often enough, and some short-sighted ... Completely imperfect! And on the eve I took apart
- M. B. Mirsky. History of Medicine and Surgery, 2010
The book outlines the stage of development of surgery (from the era of ancient civilizations to the era of modern times) in the context of the whole world medicine. The textbook is written in the framework of the officially approved teaching program for the course “History of Medicine” and is intended for students of medical universities and faculties, as well as graduate students and residents for passing the candidate minimum. Study guide supplemented
- Analytical Paralysis: Step III
At the end of the first day of work with the whiteboards, we went home, thinking about possible options for interface design. The next day we erased the drawing created the day before (after photographing each element in detail) *, and then sketched out ideas on what the spreadsheet might look like, based on the team’s collective opinion on where the technology could be through
- Aid for hypotonic bleeding in obstetrics
Empty the bladder. Perform external massage of the uterus: find the bottom of the uterus and use circular movements of the arm (medium pressure) to massage the uterus until the sensation of contraction appears, put a bubble with ice and heaviness over the uterus on the stomach. At the same time introduce tonomotor (causing uterine contraction) IV drugs (slowly!): • 1 ml (5 U) of oxytocin; • 0.5-1ml 0.02%
- Duct application
Indications: carrying out artificial ventilation of the lungs, spasms. Equipment: gloves, napkins, roller, duct. Algorithm action Wear gloves. Lay the patient on his back, placing a tight roller under the shoulders. Wipe the patient's tongue with a tissue. Grab a tongue with a napkin and pull it up to your teeth. Insert the air duct into the oral cavity (the cannula is pointing upwards). Rotate the cannula downward
- REQUIREMENTS FOR HAIRDRESSERING
In the barbershop for serving visitors use the following types of linen: peignoirs, napkins and towels. When shaving, mowing, combing and other types of work, the visitor’s shoulders should be covered with a clean white unmarked dressing gown, a clean napkin is laid between the neck and the dressing gown, and to cover the headrest in the men's room, you can use a tissue paper