Graphic Facilitation : Picturing your Big Ideas

The Business Leader’s Visual Library

The Business Leader’s Visual Library

At ImageThink, we’re passionate about using visuals to unlock innovation, facilitate collaboration and increase understanding among groups – all of which are mission-critical to building a business in the 21st Century. Chances are that if you’re reading this, you’re also interested in those objectives and how graphic recording and facilitation techniques can help you achieve them. […]

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Summer Reading Pick: You Are Not a Gadget

Summer Reading Pick: You Are Not a Gadget

Jaron Lanier is a computer scientist and digital age philosopher credited with coining the term “virtual reality” and whose views on the impact of technology on society has landed him on Time Magazine’s list of 100 most influential people in the world in 2010. In 2006, Lanier made a splash with his highly controversial essay on […]

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Summer Reading Pick: Macrowikinomics

Summer Reading Pick: Macrowikinomics

Don Tapscott has been at the forefront of how the Internet is changing business for nearly two decades. His 2010 bestselling book, Wikinomics, looked at how the mass collaboration that the Internet has made possible was changing everything from genetics research to education to the workplace. Tapscott’s latest book, Macrowikinomics, zooms out to examine how […]

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This Fourth, Doodle for your Country!

This Fourth, Doodle for your Country!

As you’re celebrating this Fourth of July, enjoying your barbecues and fireworks, remember to pick up a pen and sketch a few idle drawings. We’ve pointed out before on this blog that many of our presidents were prone to sketching and doodling. For the history buffs among you, the editors at Cabinet magazine put together […]

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Summer Reading Pick: The Book of Awesome

Summer Reading Pick: The Book of Awesome

What would you do if your marriage broke up, and then shortly after, your best friend took his own life? If you were Neil Pasricha, you would start looking for the smallest, everyday things in your life to be grateful for. Things like free drink refills and when cashiers open up new checkout lines at […]

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