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Decision Rooms: Making Choices in a Big-Picture Context, by David Sibbet
Facilitation Mastery: Experiencing the Four Flows Part One, by David Sibbet
Facilitation Mastery: Experiencing the Four Flows, Part Two, by David Sibbet
Why Do Visuals Work with Teams?, by David Sibbet
Chart Critique, by Rachel Smith
TEDx Talk: “Drawing in Class”, by Rachel Smith
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David Sibbet discusses visual facilitation and his recently published VISUAL LEADERS: New Tools for Visioning, Management, & Organization Change, the third book in Sibbet's three-part Visual Leadership series.
Sibbet: "I wrote this book for leaders and managers who want to raise their own and their organization's visual IQ. Organizations and teams are increasingly working visually. Facilitative visual practices are cutting-edge for team-building, strategy formation, and implementation."
The Grove has worked on strategic planning for many years with DLR Group, a national architectural firm. Recently the firm got in touch to share wonderful news: Architect Magazine named DLR Group the #1 design firm in the United States. “Your process has helped us transform our firm,” the firm’s message read.
We called Griff Davenport and Jon Pettit, DLR Group’s managing principals, to learn more about their firm’s journey to excellence. This article is adapted from those conversations.
If you have been fortunate enough to be part of a high-performing and well-aligned team, you won't soon forget the experience. Unfortunately for most of us, this is all too rare an occurrence.
If your team is flailing, divided, or lacking clarity, The Grove's newly released Team Performance Online Survey (TPOS) can help.
If you want everyone to participate in generating and organizing a lot of information, use sticky notes to create affinity diagrams.
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