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  •  HBR "75 Years of Management Ideas & Practice"
    I selected the following large Storymap's as representative examples of my information design work at The Grove where I was a lead designer on the project. Each of them were critical in moving us to another level of confidence and excitement about this big picture way of working. What these photos do not show, of course, is the rich process of facilitated design meetings that we led as a way of generating this material.

My Strategic Visioning Collaborators

  • DavidCallingtheCircle!!!!S
    I've included this photo album of some of the people in The Grove's associate network that use our facilitation and Strategic Visioning methods integrally in their work. They are my teachers and I theirs. Collaboration networks are behind most truly innovative, robust methodologies, and our is no exception. Claiming credit as an individual would be like a tree claiming credit for the forest. If you aren't here and know that you should be, send me you picture and a writeup and I'll post it.

Partners for Change Model

  • Sustainabilityplayersmap
    These are two supportive visuals for a Partners for Change model I co-designed with Sissel Waage and Ruth Rominger. It shows how we would bring multiple sustainability researchers and activists together around critical issues and support them to create collaborative efforts in media and tool creation.

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Wendy Wong

Yeah! :)))

Sue Keely

Congratulations David! I look forward to buying a copy when it's released. I am pleased to see the focus being leaders! I happened to work for a very visual leader before leaving to do graphic recording full time, and even he could benefit from this book I think!

Martin Paley

DAVID,

I look forward each year to your calendar gift which sits in a prominent spot on my desk and is more useful than a room full of digital tools.

I would enjoy getting together for lunch sometime if you schedule permits.

Muriel and I send our best to Susan and You.

Martin Paley

Oliver

Is the Kindle edition as beautiful as the printed one?

David Sibbet

The Kindle edition includes all the same imagery but the page layouts are different, of course. The two-page spreads are single images or cut up into logical chunks. Links are included to a Grove website where you can see big version if you really want to study the detailed graphics. The tables that are graphic are included in the Kindle as images, so they have the same look and feel. The type, of course, is the standard Kindle type and heads. So no, the Kindle version is not as beautiful, but it does work well. Thanks for asking.

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