Drawing is the best way to learn. Multi-modal learning that includes drawing forces our brains to grasp and understand and then to visualize and present complex or even simple concepts.
Big Paper Strategy uses this concept to help change agents within companies to introduce new technologies, processes, ideas to employees and management alike.
We Start with a Business Drawing Workshop
We offer a two-day business drawing workshop a baseline component to improve visual communication in the conference room and in front of the whiteboard. This workshop includes a host of exercises and lessons on everything from line, drawing structure, shape and color, to lettering, icons, and labels. Listening and and Mental Construciton are a large part of any workshop.
We Add in the Customized Lessons on Innovation
The exercises itself is customized components crucial to the variety of emerging technologies and innovation concepts that you seek to present. Lessons are presented in such a way that attendees are forced to fully understand a concept and present it in a visual manner- thereby not only confirming understanding but fully engaging your force to have meaninful conversations based on facts.
Drawing is Poweful in Teaching Yourself and Others
Lessons are ready for Emerging Technologies such as Quantum Computing, The Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Big Data and Fuel Cells. Workshop ready innovation skills include Design Thinking, Design Sprints, CVP Canvas, Agile Scrum and Minimum Valuable Product.
However, we're not afraid to go deeper. Say you need to present a new Lean Six Sigma concept, or simply get buy in for an ISO:9001 initiative. We're here to help you and your change agents to deliver quality, learnable content through drawing.
And Yes, it is funny that we use Big Paper - a technological throw back really, to describe complex electronic and innovation concepts. But that dear reader, is what makes it so approachable and less intimidating.
Big Paper's Matt Orley is an electrical engineer by education. His first job was in designing handheld computers, and has been butting up against Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Robotics and Sensors in his career. While no longer a practicing engineer( he did give it up for Lent a few years ago, and never went back) his viewpoints in design, scale, sales and business processes are always influenced with technology.