Visual Thinking Processes

We organise and run workshops using a range of visual processing techniques. We can help you solve a business problem or implement a specific planning or thinking method. We also offer ‘made to measure’ toolkits for popular techniques or to fit your own in-house approach.

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Scenario planning for a flexible future strategy
Previously we’ve explored how to make it easier to predict the future in business, and how vision can be a
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The power of vision in planning for business success
In the last blog we spoke about the tendency to stay indecisive, while we wait for more certainty around us.
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Making it easier to predict the future in business
In our last post we reviewed the accuracy of some future workplace predictions from 1995. This time we’re considering the
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Could less technology improve problem solving?
Hands-on in a high-tech world As we hurtle into a vast range of future worlds, each with their own number
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What is agile in today’s workplace?
What is “agile”? The word “agile” has come a long way in the past two decades. For many of us,
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Bespoke version of a Kanban board
How does Scrum differ from Kanban?
Scrum versus Kanban (or is it Agile versus Lean versus Design Thinking?). Or is it why DevOps is impossible if
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Tony Buzan – it makes you think
I opened my copy of The Times yesterday to read the sad news that Tony Buzan, the man who developed
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Every picture tells a story… a taxonomy of visual thinking methods
Could visual thinking have clarified the Brexit debate? Visual thinking methods can add clarity – even in the muddied waters
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Lean whiteboard example design mockup
What is the difference between Lean and Six Sigma?
Lean and Six Sigma have been around for a long time now, so it’s perhaps foolish to think that some
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Bespoke Customer Experience Tracking Board
Our custom printed whiteboards allow us to tailor make a board to suit a specific use, rather than try to
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