How many times have you heard, “Just what is it that you coaches do?” Although professional coaching has been in existence for more than two decades, we continue to struggle with the public’s comprehension of our function. At the same time, coaching continues to gain attention from mainstream media and corporations across all industry segments. Might this be the ideal time to consider how we can broaden understanding of exactly what professional coaching is and the many benefits that it offers?
Digital Natives have grown up in a world that has been called the VUCA world. This is an acronym that covers four areas outlined below. V equals volatile U equals uncertain C equals complex A equals ambiguous There is a corresponding VUCA response that we can take advantage of as we walk with Digital Natives …
The goal in Visual Factory is to create a “status at a glance” in the workplace. This refers to an operating environment where anyone can enter the workplace and: See the current situation (Self-explaining) See the work process (Self-ordering) See if you are ahead, behind or on schedule (Self-regulating) and See when there is an abnormality (Self-improving)
How to turn your invisible inner fire into fuel for soul-warming bliss is what artist and designer Elle Luna explores in her essay-turned-book The Crossroads of Should and Must: Find and Follow Your Passion.
This week I'm stoked to introduce the Drawing Business Buzzwords series!
A lot of events I graphic record revolve around discussions focused on intangible concepts that are integral to capture and for participants to understand, but are difficult to draw without some thought.
I figured if I have trouble creating visuals for these concepts on the spot and this is my job, maybe some of you doodlers out there could use a hand as well!
A lot of folks tweeted that their brain hurt during #LeanUX15 last week in Brooklyn. My brain mostly just lit up, I thought I was ok, but then around Sunday or Monday mine started to hurt, too… for days. There was just so much to digest. Which is what made it hard to blog. So I decided not to blog much and to reflect.
I keep coming back to LeanUX NYC because it feels designed to share not just learning about lean ideas, but lean learning in context, in response to the kinds of problems we find ourselves experiencing in organizations and larger society now. This year there were information-packed talks about lean ideas (whether under the banner of Lean, Agile/Scrum, Lean Startup, and/or Design Thinking) and then super expansive talks about what it might mean to be lean broadly speaking – and creative and resilient and maybe even equitable – in a changing world. As a conference goer, this multiple threads (all talking to each other) thing is what I’m looking for.
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