Tag Archives: Edward de Bono

thinkAbout 2016 Captured

Two days with B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore at the annual thinkAbout conference in New Orleans. Continue reading

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Staging A Remote Experience

Okay, so I completed my Experience Economy Certification this past September with James H. Gilmore & B. Joseph Pine II. Extremely intense event and education. And like most events I attend, I created some Visual Translations  (my version of sketchnotes) … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Experience Economy

When I hear how some people talk about customer experience (CustExp) or user experience (UX) I get a bit frustrated. Why, because most are speaking about good customer service or a good interface design and not really about an experience … Continue reading

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When Is Innovation

What I have learned from observations. Over the years I have graphic-recorded and facilitated many meetings and strategic ideation session where the topic of innovation arises. Recently, possibly due to the popularity of the idea, innovation constantly emerges as an answer to … Continue reading

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Tattooing the Brain

What visual does this title bring into focus? As practitioners of visual communications, we all are performing this task of tattooing on the brains of the participants, viewers and even ourselves at times. We are, in essences, tattooing information and … Continue reading

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Visualizing Thinking

To add clarity to a conversation regarding Linear and Lateral thinking.

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