David Sibbett, in his excellent new book, Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes & Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity, shares a number of tips and strategies for sharing key charts, maps and diagrams with meeting participants.
During the last year or so, a wealth of new books have been published that aim to help business people solve complex problems by thinking them through visually. Which ones are your favorites?
For people the world over, the Gordian Knot represents the difficult, the intractable and often the insolvable problem. Today’s systemic business problems are the modern-day equivalent of the Gordian Knot, and visual thinking is the powerful sword that we can use to cut through complexity and develop innovative solutions to them.
David Sibbett’s new book on visual thinking, Visual Meetings, contains a treasure trove of advice for people who want to be better problem solvers and have more fun at work.