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Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity

ISBN: 978-0-470-60178-5
288 pages
August 2010
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July 26, 2010
Hoboken, NJ

Visual Meetings: How Graphics, Sticky Notes and Idea Mapping Can Transform Group Productivity

VISUAL MEETINGS by David Sibbet will treat readers to a sweep of tricks and tools. Just as social networking has begun to reclaim the Internet for human interactivity and co-creation, the visual meetings movement is reclaiming everyday work for creativity, productivity and playful exchange. Also, keep in mind to become part of the movement - Drawing expertise is not necessary!

It's what organizations need, what the planet needs, and anyone who wants to work both right and left parts of their brain and use their whole body to communicate. VISUAL MEETINGS is using drawing and images the way people have always used spoken language as a real-time medium for making sense out of things, and literally "seeing what we mean!" 

It is about the movement beyond paper and whiteboards to all kinds of other media, and the steady growth of a common visual language and sets of conventions. If you haven't heard of visual meetings, graphic facilitation, graphic recording, sketch notes, visual recording, imagineering, story boarding, visual listening, group graphics, graphic templates, mind mapping, idea mapping, real-time design, or group graphics...don't despair. Revolutions take time to gather momentum, spreading along for years and then exploding into sight.

VISUAL MEETINGS traces the development of visual meetings, and shares the many tools and techniques that have emerged, and ends with a speculation on where it all is going and how to become a part of it. It's intoxicating to draw out the best in people and watch them come alive.