Achieving your organisation’s Vision: Develop your People

In this blog episode, I talk about how aligning the skills, knowledge and behaviours of your people to your Vision is vital in enabling your Vision to be achieved. To discuss achieving your organisations vision in more detail, please do get in touch using the options below.

Achieving your organisation’s Vision: Develop your Vision

In this blog episode, I talk about how visualising your organisations Vision can improve communication, understanding and business performance. To discuss achieving your organisations vision in more detail, please do get in touch using the options below.

Achieving your organisation’s Vision: A joined-up approach is vital!

Having a Vision and then successfully achieving it requires a coordinated approach focusing on three key activities: Communicating, Enabling and Embedding. In this blog episode, I share my thoughts on the importance ensuring you have a joined-up approach to these key activities (and what can happen if you don’t!): To discuss achieving your organisations visionContinue reading “Achieving your organisation’s Vision: A joined-up approach is vital!”

Latest testimonial for Crackerjack Visual Thinking

“I worked alongside John when we were both supporting the Planning Organisation within Rolls Royce with their transformation programme. John has a fantastic ability to help teams articulate a vision and really draw out of the organisation what it is they are trying to achieve through listening to the conversations, and honing in on whatContinue reading “Latest testimonial for Crackerjack Visual Thinking”

Keep calm and focus on your vision

Before I continue, I recognise and acknowledge that the current Coronavirus situation is really tough for many many people and livelihoods and jobs are at risk (putting aside the obvious health implications of the virus). I therefore write this post with that in mind and in the genuine belief that focusing on the future canContinue reading “Keep calm and focus on your vision”

Meetings don’t need to stop: they just need to be virtual, visual and engaging!

Just a quick note to say that meetings don’t need to stop during these challenging times! Work needs to continue for social and economic reasons – it just needs to be done in a different way. There are many great on-line ways for teams to meet virtually and talk. However, please remember that virtual meetingsContinue reading “Meetings don’t need to stop: they just need to be virtual, visual and engaging!”

How Crackerjack Visual Thinking helped ValueLicensing visualise their their organisational vision (in their words)…

David Hubbard | Managing Director | ValueLicensing “ValueLicensing wanted to find an effective way to communicate our vision and strategy to everyone within our business, in manner that would be both memorable and unambiguous. We reached out to John to see if he could help us visualise both this and key business messages to existingContinue reading “How Crackerjack Visual Thinking helped ValueLicensing visualise their their organisational vision (in their words)…”

Crackerjack to work with Dassault Systemes

Crackerjack Visual Thinking is pleased to share that we’ll be working with Dassault Systemes on a new visualisation project involving live real time development of a visual to aid communication between Dassault and a key client. We’ll be creating the visual using Affinity Designer on an iPad Pro to enable quick development of ideas andContinue reading “Crackerjack to work with Dassault Systemes”

Latest client feedback about a rich picture created for the Strategic Consultancy team at AECOM Transportation (EMIA)

We’re very pleased to be able share this feedback from Steve Walton, Associate Director for Strategic Consultancy at AECOM Transportation (EMIA) in relation to 2019 Business Plan rich picture Crackerjack created earlier this year: “Back in September 2018 AECOM’s Strategic Consultancy needed a way to visualise what we do. We wanted to find some wayContinue reading “Latest client feedback about a rich picture created for the Strategic Consultancy team at AECOM Transportation (EMIA)”