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Visual Leaders: New Tools for Visioning, Management, and Organization Change Paperback – December 26, 2012
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Access the visualization Revolution!
Leaders and managers are immersed in new, dynamic media that need to be shaped and guided. Building on the bestsellers Visual Meeting and Visual Teams, Visual Leaders shows how leaders can take full advantage of the visualization revolution. It introduces the Sibbert/Le Saget Sustainable Organizations Model for thinking about the kind of organization you need to lead or change. Seven essential tools will help you raise your organization’s visual IQ and vastly improve understanding and engagement across your organization. Case studies show how visual leaders work with visual practitioners to align entire organizations on new plans. The book is full of examples of visual communications and formats. It include overviews and insights about how to use new digital media and shows the direct link between metaphors, mental models, and the strategies used to communicate across whole organizations.
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My a-ha moment in this book was realizing the disconnect between pre-prepared slides thoughtfully developed over hours or days and the amount of time audiences usually get to absorb it. No wonder nothing sticks! Instead, great ideas are far more likely to be acted upon if following a collaboratively developed picture of problems, solutions, and visions through the methods discussed in this book.
I have been recommending this book to everyone I know whose goals include persuading and gaining buy in to new ideas.
Perhaps its conditioning, but I'm just used to the normal text book style of learning any profession, skill, or trade. 1- a brief example 2-the underlying theory, 3-Step by step example 4-practice examples and 5-the Case Study. like his other works, it's written in the exact opposite, the Case study is first(his or another Grove members personal experience) taking up most of the chapter, a picture of the example, a brief paragraph on why, and it may or may not have a step by step tutorial. the visual thinking community is still somewhat young, David is its founding father, but I'm still waiting for an approach that treats it like a craft and profession rather than a memoir. The information is there, If one is already a seasoned leader it may be easier to take bits and pieces to add to ones palette, but it just needs to be made digestible for "aspiring" leaders.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beautiful book, and David SIbbet is a talented visual notetaker.
However, I struggled to figure out how to apply the concepts in this book to my day to day work. Read more
It is a copied version, the print quality is not good, the cover page is blur.Published 9 months ago by Phil
The layout of the book makes it rahter hard to read. I couldn't finish it.Published 11 months ago by happymom
As others have indicated, the "Visual Leaders" book is a useful orientation and update for leaders and others concerned with organization change through visual approaches and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Fred Cheyunski
Some real useful information but I found the layout of the graphics and text cluttered and confusing.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great service - Book is what I was looking for to have more ideas on how to communicate with the teamPublished 20 months ago by Luis Araiza
This was perfect.
However, it reads like a textbook.
I don't know maybe I expected something different.
Not a problem though. Read more