A visual addendum to “Why visual representations of reasoning are more effective than prose”
It’s always an honour to be referenced positively on other project management blogs, and it’s even better when the author provides helpful feedback. In a recent post, Andreas Heilwagen suggests that the arguments presented in my article entitled Why visual representations of reasoning are more effective than prose might be better made through visual representation. I reckon he is absolutely right. So here it is, an IBIS map summarising the main points of the post:
Thanks Andreas, the title of the post demands that a visual representation accompany it. Further, the map serves to illustrate one of the main points made therein: the map it is but one interpretation of the post; there are many others, depending on how a reader might interpret or choose to emphasise what’s written. Prose is laden with ambiguity.
Postscript: I realise I may have misinterpreted Andreas’ post; my German is very rudimentary and Google translations are not the best. Even so, I think the article is better served by a map. .