Graphic recording for Department of Business, Innovation and Skills and RESS

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The graphic recording from yesterday’s session at Sheffield University (www.shef.ac.uk/ress

Had a great afternoon graphic recording a 2 hour session up at Sheffield University. The session was co-facilitated by representatives from the UK Department of Business, Skills and Innovation and from the Research Exchange for the Social Sciences (RESS) based at Sheffield University. Participants in the meeting included a number of entrepreneurs from the local area. Graphic recording captured the thoughts and ideas emerging from their discussion and will allow the outputs from the meeting to be shared and discussed more widely in both academic, business and government circles. #visualthinking #sharingideas #communicatingeffectively

Published by John Ashton

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