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Visual Teams: Graphic Tools for Commitment, Innovation, & High Performance (Inglés) Tapa blanda – oct 2011

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DAVID SIBBET is a world leader in the area of graphic facilitation and visual thinking for groups. He is the founder and president of The Grove Consultants International, a company whose leading-edge group-process tools and services for panoramic visualization, graphic facilitation, team leadership, and organizational transformation are used by consultants and organizations around the world. Sibbet has been the visual cartographer for the TED conference, and is the recipient of the OD Network Members Award for Creative Contribution to the field of organizational development.

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Making Teams MORE than the Sum of their Parts 16 de octubre de 2011
Por E. Kimball - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
I've spent more than 30 years working with teams and facilitating meetings. Graphic tools from David Sibbet and his colleagues are my GO TO resources and I'm thrilled to have so many available between two covers in this book. Using these strategies helps you get teams on the same page - literally - by making critical processes explicit and visible to the members. These days everyone is talking about engagement. VISUAL TEAMS is packed with frameworks, illustrations and HOW TOs that you can use to take engagement out of the conceptual realm and into action. Better yet, it's accessible so that people at all levels of organizations can pick it up and use it to make a difference in their team's performance. Lisa Kimball, President, Plexus Institute [...]
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Lead a Group to Create a Shared Story 15 de octubre de 2011
Por Brian Mulconrey - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda
This book is a powerful guide for any team leader trying to imagine AND implement new futures for your enterprise. I first experienced David Sibbet's work during a project for the Grocery Manufacturers Association in 1997. A remarkable project it identified a role for increasingly sophisticated search tools AND networked communities (e.g., Twitter, Facebook) in the future of consumer products. I still have a mural from this project hanging in my office. The real power of this technique as David Sibbet vividly outlines in the book is not the "end product visual" but the "process" of working as a group to imagine and create a shared story that describes both "where we came from" and "where we want to go." The book uses stories and examples to walk through how anyone (no drawing skills required) can employ these techniques whether using face-to-face or web-conferencing meetings.
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Theory and practice blended perfectly 11 de diciembre de 2011
Por J. Houbolt - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda
David Sibbet has done the lead facilitation of my annual retreat for a Community Leadership Program for over 20 years now. In addition I have taken a practicum workshop with him. What makes this book amazing is somehow he has captured in a book the totality of his theoretical underpinnings from the thought of Arthur Young and Allan Drexeler, integrated it with Daniel Pink's understanding of Right brain thinking and then given us a practical road map on how to DO IT! This book is chock full of drawings, charts and such that embody the very nature of his facilitation skills.

It is a rare accomplishment to take the nuanced art of team building, graphic facilitation and make it accessible in a manner that can be put into real time use. Sibbet's book has pulled it off.

If you are in the position of team building and meeting facilitation this book should go right to the top of your list.
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The best in its field 17 de octubre de 2011
Por Robert E. Horn - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda
The Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance approach has been around for a couple of decades as a tool kit. It is been used by many corporations to train and build teams with enormous success. Now, David Sibbet, the gifted originator of graphic facilitation and organizational development guru, has written a marvelous book called Visual Teams: Graphic Tools for Commitment, Innovation, and High Performance. It not only summarizes the theory behind the team performance practice but gives detailed explanations and procedures for using the method. The book is the second volume in what appears to be a series on the use of the 21st-century tools of visual language to help groups and task forces work better together. The first book in the series, Visual Meetings, is already a runaway success in its field. What makes the book exceptional, is the proliferation of examples of actual business, government, and NGO cases in which the method has been used. Sibbet has created a dialect of visual language specially designed to move meetings along to successful conclusions. And it is not a shallow method either. It is based on a deep philosophical approach pioneered by Arthur Young, one of the inventors of the helicopter as well is a important perceiver and formulator of the philosophy of process and, human, biological, and physical. If this weren't enough, chapters 18 - 20 are worth the price of the book for their summarizing of how to hold virtual and multimedia conferences that are based around visualization.

Bob Horn
Entrepreneur, Author, Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century
Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century
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Takes effort to get to the meat. A lot of Sunny Day in May 11 de octubre de 2014
Por Monte - Publicado en
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There is good content in here but it reads more like an autobiography than a set of skills to be learned, so its like i have to break the stories down into steps and reengineer them into abstract theories and techniques that can be applied generally. if that makes sense.

Many technical manuals follow a basic format Theory>Structure>techniques>Example: (story).
but for this book I have to do some mental leaps in reverse, I guess im conditioned. Luckily im very motivated and patient. the labeling of the sections are a bit odd, because it reads more like a story section than an aspect of Visual Teamwork so jumping around sections is a bit confusing.
some of the diagrams aren't so great but he does give you references to templates online.