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Infographic: Why organisations must change

Organisations must change. But why? This infographic explains how our unpredictable and increasingly complex world forces companies to rethink how they operate. It also gives key ways on how they can change to better adapt to our volatile world (VUCA for those who are into management speak). Like the illustrations? You can download them here for [...]

By | July 27th, 2017|Infographics, Organisational change|2 Comments

Infographic: Social learning case study

Classroom training and e-learning are not usually the most effective way of learning when it comes to work. The best learning happens by doing and in interaction with colleagues. But thanks to social collaboration tools like Yammer and Slack we can now learn from each other without having to be in the same space at [...]

Infographic: Employee engagement explained

Employee engagement is something companies know they should care about. Chances are you might have been involved in an  "employee engagement initiative"- whether you know about it or not. Unfortunately very few employee engagement initiatives address the root causes of disengagement: lack of autonomy, mastery and purpose. This infographic makes the case for creating communication [...]

Transforming Telefónica with Yammer – infographic

Want to make a giant corporation more innovative? More entrepreneurial? Chances are you also need to transform the internal communication channels: use less email (it stifles knowledge flows) and favour more open and faster internal social networking tools like Yammer or Slack. This infographic is a story of how an internal community manager, Luz Rodrigo [...]

10 Things Sales people should stop doing – sales infographic

This sales infographic is a cartoon version of  a blog post by Adam Honig, the CEO of Spiro Technologies. I added the B2B zombie apocalypse twist because, well, why not? You can download the infographic here. Also check out my How Sales Has Changed infographic that sums up some of the key shifts that have [...]

By | March 28th, 2017|Infographics, Portfolio, Sales profession|0 Comments

Simple way to increase employee engagement – infographic

Download the employee engagement infographic and the PPT version. This employee engagement infographic was my way of addressing a glaring omission in the debate around this important topic. (I write and draw about this topic because I used to do consultancy around social collaboration tools). Everyone admits that employee engagement is important, but the measures [...]

Yammer case study AIA – Infographic

You can download this Yammer case study infographic and its PowerPoint version here: wwww.businessillustrator.com/aia. This Yammer case study is intended for internal communications managers who struggle to measure the ROI of  their internal collaboration tool. The ROI of an enterprise social network is not straightforward to measure because the benefits don’t always manifest in a [...]

How selling has changed – Cartoon Infographic

Selling has changed. This infographic seeks to explain how. The PowerPoint version of the infographic is here. Download the image file here. If you want to post it on your own blog grab the embed code here (please link back :). Purchase the Old School Sales vs Modern Sales Explainer Kit After many a discussion with sales [...]

Agile government initiative explained – cartoon infographic

I did this narrative infographic for an agile government initiative "Experimental Finland", a project run by a team at the Finnish Prime Minister's Office. The piece was used to explain the project (a funding platform for experiments), as well as a briefing tool for teams participating in a hackathon that aimed to solve some of the [...]

What is service design? – Cartoon infographic

"What is service design?" I've asked this question several times and not once have I received an answer that wasn't filled with design jargon and littered with abstractions. I sensed there was a communication problem between service designers and their clients/non-designers. For a professional simplifier like myself an unclear but interesting concept like this is like [...]