David Sibbet | Visual Meetings: A Revolution in Group Productivity
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Visual Meetings: A Revolution in Group Productivity

This post links you to a video about my presentation on Visual Meetings at a recent TEDxSOMA event at the ParisSOMA loft, South of Market Street in San Francisco. ParisSOMA is a shared workspace for young entrepreneurs, very much in the spirit of the TED events. Its motto is “ideas worth sharing.” My Parisian college Meryem Le Saget introduced me to the sponsor Clement Alterseco, President of FaberNovell in Paris, several months ago and it led to the invitation.

My own ideas, formed over the 38 years I’ve been a visual practitioner, are condensing into a book for Wiley & Sons on the subject that will come out this summer. This 10-minute fly-over is a fast-paced review of what feels like a real revolution in how we communicate in organizations.

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  • Beverly Bradley
    February 19, 2010 Reply

    Dave,
    Great to see you doing this presentation. Your last slide about tablets reminds me of the part of the 2006 IFVP section you led and prompts me to ask, have you seen one of the best of show items featured at MacWorld 2010 this year? It’s called PaperShow.

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