I’ve just completed a rich picture for a client to help them communicate some important ideas to one of their key customers. As with all of our visual thinking work, the images we create are there to facilitate the right conversations between people. To do this we ensure each element of the image serves a purpose […]
One of Crackerjack’s clients sent through a picture of the rich picture we created of their organisations past and future journey. It was great to see it in pride of place in their office! We created the rich picture using a collaborative approach with the organisations team members, using their initial thoughts and ideas as the […]
Very pleased to be featured in an article by Laura french-Constant of Research to Action about Visual Note Taking at Conferences. You can read the article by clicking here. To find out more about how Crackerjack Visual Thinking creates images that start a conversation, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +44 (0)775 282 6227.
If you’re looking for an effective way to increase innovation, creativity and communication in your organisation, here’s a plan: 1. Buy enough coloured marker pens and large sheets of paper for everyone in your business! 2. Give them the confidence and skills (via appropriate visual thinking training) to be able to sketch/scribble/draw their thoughts, ideas […]
Whenever I return from a holiday, I’m always struck by how I notice even very small changes that have occurred in the area in which I live. It could be that someone has painted their door a slightly different colour, or that someone has planted a new plant in their garden. I then wonder if […]
Are you wanting to engage more fully with your people and help them see that their organisation wants and values their thoughts, ideas and opinions? Do you have an opportunity to meet with your people in the next few weeks (e.g. a meeting, conference or event)? If so, Crackerjack Visual Thinking would be happy to […]
Next month sees the end of another year. I’m sure that you’ve achieved a great deal during 2012 and it’s important to allow yourself to recognise this. However, sometimes it’s not always easy to remember your own successes (and indeed learning’s) from the last year. My suggestion is that you try visualising what you’ve done […]