Teams that work like designers experiment, create prototypes, use visualization to test ideas, and share mental models that allow them to communicate across distance and time. In his new book, Visual Teams, David Sibbet builds on his best-selling book Visual Meetings and shows how to use visuals across the whole arc of a team’s productive life. He covers virtual work, the times in between meetings, and a common language teams can develop to increase understanding.
When people work visually they have better ideas, make better decisions, and are more committed to producing results. A twenty-first century guide to using the latest visual thinking techniques with your groups and teams, Visual Meetings gives you a bounty of tools and tricks to unlock creativity, collaboration, and breakthrough thinking.
Presentation and speaking engagements related to David Sibbet's books.
Blogtalkradio—Tom on Leadership: David Sibbet (Aug 19, 2011)
16th Annual IFVP Conference
Oct 18–21, 2011—Hawaii
Pegasus Communications: Systems Thinking in Action
Oct 31–Nov 2, 2011—Seattle, WA