Last week the Humantific team began a series of Visual SenseMaking Workshops for cross-disciplinary groups at Liquidnet in New York.
For more than ten years, the Humantific team has been helping business leaders make sense of complex business challenges and opportunities utilizing its hybrid Visual SenseMaking toolbox. Believing that such skills supercharge business thinking we are now offering Visual SenseMaking skill-building workshops to our clients. Business leaders in many industries are bolting these powerful skills unto their existing toolsets and changing the nature of cross-disciplinary communication in many companies.
What is Visual SenseMaking?
Visual SenseMaking is the activity of making sense of ambiguous complex situations through visual methods and tools including words, images, drawings, diagrams, charts, graphs, etc. This involves not only visual thinking, but creating visual ordering systems.
While the skill of Visual SenseMaking can be broadly applied to many life situations on planet earth, we focus on Visual SenseMaking in the context of organizations, organizational situations, systems, processes, challenges, opportunities, etc.
Visual SenseMaking Workshops are an integral part of Humantific’s Complexity Navigation Program.
We build real hands-on skills through experiential learning.
Recent Participant FeedBack from Visual SenseMaking Workshops:
“All Humantific workshops are life changing”
“Great insights, Great experience”
“A fun, engaging, impactful, meaningful day”
“I now get why being able to visually communicate is so important”
“Highly recommended, Wish it was longer”
“I love the term sensemaking. It encompasses really what is going on”
“Can’t wait to take the other workshops”
“A great foundation for visual communication literacy”
“It’s a set of skills that every modern professional should have”
There is an OPEN Visual SenseMaking Workshop upcoming in New York on May 16, 2009.
To register call 212-699-6441 or send an email to workshops (at) humantific (dot) com.
See more here!
Those interested in this subject can also join the Social SenseMaking Group on Facebook!