Building consensus can be difficult. Of course, it’s rare for groups to always be in complete agreement and this isn’t unique to virtual collaboration. People have different perspectives, passions, and goals. It’s hard enough getting a group to agree on where to order lunch, let alone on how to deal with enormous issues such as growth, innovation, and transformation.
Today, let’s learn about curiosity, cave painting, AI and illustration, specialists vs generalists vs hybrids, and more.
We’re back it. This week let’s dive into flow, nature, storytelling, music, attention, and Paul Rand.
So you have a plan for your big organizational transformation, but do you have the story? You’d better. Visual storytelling and interactive experiences are powerful tools for effective and impactful organizational transformation and change.
Engage your audience by using the power of storytelling to effectively communicate data-intensive presentations.
Tremendousness puts great care into constantly analyzing our work processes and finding areas for improvement. Here’s a little bit of what we’ve learned in our shift to fully remote work.
The blog took the summer off but we’re back with good reads on curiosity, creativity, downtime, thinking & fatigue, and a perspective on the never-ending pursuit of growth.
For many organizations, diversity and inclusion is now a major priority. This manifests across the spectrum of business—in hiring practices, company culture, and more; and across the spectrum of race, gender, age, sexuality, body type, ability, and every other characteristic that makes us each unique.
Yeah, pickleball has a funny name and it might seem goofy, but with nearly five million players today it’s considered the fastest-growing sport in the U.S. Here’s a short, introductory video about how the sport originated, what you need to get started, and the basics of how the game is played. Enjoy!
Scheduling a virtual session doesn’t equal instant collaboration—it takes much more than a Zoom invite. Here are the secrets to collaborating with intent.
“The only variable that can explain the high rate of mass shootings in America is its astronomical number of guns.”