Visual Thinking

Learn to see Solutions

The Practice for Bold Thinking uses a number of proven techniques for Visual Thinking:

Creative Visualizations

A picture contains more information than a thousand words.

Visual thinking is thinking in images, pictures and events.You can then gain an overview of a complex situation at a glance.

Creative visualizations are productive in thinking situations such as the development of a vision, cooperation, technical problem solving and studies into the future.

The Practice for Bold Thinking uses See Map as a tool for creative thinking to categorise favourable areas for system innovation.

Mind Mapping

Create understanding through overview.

Mind mapping was devised by Tony Buzan in the late eighties and is now used by millions of people in businesses, schools and universities.

Mind mapping is a structuring and associative technique. A mind map challenges the intellect by using words and numbers, but also images, lines, lists, rhythm, colour, shapes, spatial arrangement and relationships.

This makes notes easier to remember and to review.

A mind map on a single sheet of A3 can represent the contents of a book or a three hour presentation. As all the information is contained on a single page, it is easier to interpret the connections while retaining the details.

Mind maps are a powerful tool for preparing presentations, making notes, conclusions, agendas and minutes of meetings, and for communication during negotiations.

The Practice for Bold Thinking uses mind mapping software to group hundreds of ideas into a number of useable concepts and broad thinking directions.

Concept Mapping

To map out relationships between concepts

Concept mapping was developed by Joseph Novack in the sixties. With this technique you are able to represent concepts and their relations visually. Concept mapping is primarily of use for representing complex networks of concepts..

Concept mapping is also a powerful technique for structuring information and ideas, improving the understanding of complex thinking situations and for gaining insight into complex subject matter.