Most people don't like change; this is the biggest obstacle in most new processes. Making the change visual, through the use of visual thinking and business drawing, can help this process go more smoothly. This enables people to literally see where an idea is headed, why it is important, the role they play in it, which obstacles still exist and what the solutions are.
Including the input of everyone involved and incorporating it into the visual is a great way to promote better understanding and support in the process as a whole.
Whatever your goal or challenge is, with the help of my clear three-step plan, we will work in co-creation towards a concrete end result
STEP 1: GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH YOU AND YOUR GOAL
Step one involves getting acquainted and exploring your goal. What are the challenges you’re facing? In which area do you want to implement a change? What phase of the change is your organization currently in?
Do you want to...
determine the end point of the change?
get a clear idea which steps need to be taken?
create support for the change?
Based on our conversation and your goal, we will determine what is needed and I will make a proposal.
STEP 2: VISUAL (BRAINSTORM) SESSION WITH ASSOCIATES
Step two consists of one or more visually facilitated (brainstorming) sessions. Relevant colleagues (or relations /customers) are always involved in this part of the process, so that all available knowledge is used to its full potential. This involvement also helps to ensure that everyone is fully invested and that support is optimal. With the help of my visual techniques, the work process will become not only more efficient, but also more enjoyable. The end result is concrete solutions which promote better support and motivation.
STEP 3: VISUAL DESIGN
The third step is the visual design of the session results. The decisions we’ve taken together are made crystal clear. This visual design serves as an inspiring reminder and guideline for all involved in the process.
Moreover, the visual is easy to share (online, mail, poster, presentation) and is ideally suited to involve, inform and inspire other colleagues or teams.