Research on the Value of Visual Practice

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Click on the image to open the report on the research on the value of visual practice.

In the midst of my state of buried in books, research, work and (well) life, I was asked by a colleague where the link to my research on the value of visual practice could be accessed.  The data was posted, but my process and finding were written up and I have posted the pdf here to share.  It is a bit narrative on my process as that was the purpose of the submission, but there are some interesting resources and data.

In the 6 months between when this was submitted and now, there have been several great books and articles that further strengthen the argument for the visual practice. Additional research, mentioned in this paper, but submitted to a conference awaiting publishing mentions other forms, software-based in particular, as a complementary method.

My research with the visual practice, focusing on how it supports leadership and global teams using social technologies, continues as piece of my dissertation. Stay tuned for more in this space for that. I will post bits and pieces that seem worth sharing during the journey.

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Latest Measurement of Visual Practice

Data continues to come in from around the world and theValue of Visual Practice survey is being shared. The results are posted on the Research pages. Please continue to share. The more responses, the more usable the data will be for everyone.

Thank you again to everyone for contributing your input. Keep it up!

A special shout out to David Sibbet, Rachel Smith, Ole Qvist-Sørensen and Brandy Agerbeck for your help with sharing to your networks!

For those of you who want to watch the animated intro again, here it is!

Don’t forget to Share and Share again, click here to take the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MeasureVizPractice

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Data from Survey Coming in from Around the World

Data is coming in from around the world and the survey is being shared.  The first results are posted on the Research pages. Please continue to share. The more responses, the more usable the data will be for everyone.  Thank you again to everyone for contributing your input.

A special shout out to Stine Arensbach and Fat Studio for your help with the awesome introduction video!  You guys ROCK!!

For those of you who want to watch it again, here it is!

Don’t forget to Share and Share again, click here to take the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MeasureVizPractice

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