Posts Tagged ‘visualization’

Pinboard bookmarks for November 8th

Pinboard links for November 8th, syndicated automagically: Connect 2012 – the new two-day conference for forward-thinking business leaders – this looks to be an excellent way to engage those who need to understand Social Business without the technical and Notes/Domino bias of the Lotusphere event. It has often been difficult to justify a trip to […]

Bookmarks for November 5th through November 6th

These are my links for November 5th through November 6th: Networked Society ‘On the Brink’ – I favorited a YouTube video: In On The Brink we discuss the past, present and future of connectivity with a mix of people including David Rowan, chief editor of Wired UK; Caterina Fake, founder of Flickr; and Eric Wahlforss, […]

Visualization for Management

A short interview with Xplane founder and author Dave Gray – I need want to write a short review of Gamestorming (“A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers”) – bought it but haven’t come around to read it thoroughly. So far I just skipped through it (which isn’t that incomaptible with it, but still)

All nice review of Business Model Innovation book aka Visualization for Conceptual Hole Detection

Nice review of Alex’ book, snip: […] It’s that book that will give you the holes in your business planning. It’s that book that tells you that you could really use a bit more work in ___ department. It’s a great opportunity to see visual thinking applied to a real business challenge. And it’s so […]

No more boring Powerpoint

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Floops – visual systems thinking language

FloopsView more presentations from ngogerty. Hmm, I am a fan of (systems thinking) methodologies and tools for visualization, so this visual feedback language proposal by Nick Gogerty looks interesting. Might use this and see if it’s working, ie. how well one can communicate systems behaviour and complexities with floops (besides, floops is a name just too […]

Augmented Reality explained

via KoopTech, Lee does it again: