Every change model includes sharing a clear vision. Management guru John Kotter dedicates two of his eight steps to developing and communicating a vision. But how do you share a complex vision in a way that’s clear and engaging? To paraphrase Peter Senge, how do you consult and co-create, rather than tell and sell? How do you help people see through uncertainty and ambiguity? How do you map their vision?
Vision mapping is a collaborative, facilitative process that results in stakeholder engagement and a graphic representation of the vision. Vision mapping:
draws on design thinking, graphic facilitation, and participatory decision making,
accessibly shares large amounts of information all at once and in context,
promotes systems thinking,
shows relationships, patterns, and gaps,
promotes transparent communication and invites feedback, and
allows stakeholders to explore the aspects of the vision that interest them the most.
Please watch this short video detailing what the presentation will be about.
Brian Tarallo is the managing director of Lizard Brain Solutions. He is a graphic facilitator and graphic recorder. Brian is an associate of the Grove Consultants International, an active member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners, and the lead of the OGSystems Visioneering Team. He has delivered a TEDx talk, “What’s Wrong with This Picture,” on the power of visual note taking in education. He brings visual methods to federal agencies, national associations, and companies in the healthcare, defense, and consulting industries.
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