The Whiteboard’s Visual Power

By Tim Riesterer, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer of Corporate Visions The Picture Superiority Effect says concepts are much more likely to be remembered if they are presented as pictures rather than as words. In fact, research has discovered that visuals are recalled six times better than words alone. But what kind of visual support works best? Is there a superior …

Howard Esbin, PhDThe Whiteboard’s Visual Power

Why Visual Thinking Trumps Documents & Spreadsheets

By: Cynthia Owens, Senior Consultant From: XPLANE xBlog Date: May 22, 2014 “We need this.” “This” is visual thinking and the “we” are professors from the top MBA programs around the world at the annual meeting for the Production and Operations Management Society earlier this month. Tucked into the challenging post-lunch slot, after papers on supply chain and before presentations …

Howard Esbin, PhDWhy Visual Thinking Trumps Documents & Spreadsheets

Universal Design for a Global Village

Marshall McLuhan, a most quintessential Canadian, coined the famous phrase, ‘The Global Village’. It‘s conjectured he may have been influenced by the ancient Vedic concept of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” which means, “The world is one family”.  Every group that plays Prelude creates its own unique set of iStars, iTags, weTags, and allTags. When these stages, from individual to whole group work, …

Howard Esbin, PhDUniversal Design for a Global Village