Does your role require you to capture knowledge? Is transferring knowledge effectively important to you? Are you looking for another method to boost your facilitation skills? Visualising knowledge is the best way to communicate efficiently and is part of every great company culture. A unique drawing technique will enable you to add inspiring visuals to facilitate memorable conversations with your colleagues and stakeholders. The reason is that visualisations change the way people interact with each other. Every whiteboard drawing is not only a document but also a personal interpretation of the challenge at hand. On this level, people interact on a more meaningful level with each other. Over the last 15 years hundreds of key visuals, figures and templates have been created and turned into three visual dictionaries as well as into a step-by-step training program.
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The age of visual thinking has begun. Visit us on bikablo. Der Band 2. Das ist sehr schade und wird hoffentlich in Folgeauflagen korrigiert. Het boek was een cadeau voor onze zoon en werd keurig op tijd bezorgd. Hij kan het erg goed voor zijn presentaties gebruiken en was er erg blij mee. Super handig naslagwerk bij het maken van mijn visuals!
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The age of knowledge is making way for the age of images. With pen in hand, an ever-growing number of people are using visualization to secure common knowledge, explain strategies and processes, connect specialists, and develop smarter products. And it boosts the quality of collaboration — benefitting your project, your team, your strategy, or your change project.
With Visual Facilitation , dialogues, ideas and complex content can be visualised quickly using simple sketches. If required, this can also be achieved live. In it, we show the entire range of the various visualisation techniques and provide tips on how you can quickly learn these. By now, UZMO has established itself as a comprehensive reference book for visual facilitation, learning and collaboration on the book market in the German-speaking area. It offers a thorough overview of many visual techniques that are easy to apply and shows how you can make complicated processes and abstract relationships easily accessible in meetings, trainings or presentations, using practical drawing instructions. Instead of overly complex presentations, talks are created that are clearly designed and easy to remember, which leave the audience rapt and, at the same time, provide knowledge in a simple way. With UZMO , our readers often learn first of all, that there is no requirement to be an expert artist.