Changing Our Minds

Blogger Tom Haskins at growing changing learning creating, has an entry about the next wave in meetings of the mind.

I like his point about publishing confused possibilities. I do that a lot in meetings where I'll grab a marker and start scribbling on a flipchart or a white board and invite the others to join in.

Though it's messy, it ultimately helps you arrive at clear concepts and agreed upon solutions.

Posted by Terrence Seamon, June 22, 2007

Comments

Scott said…
Avoid powerpoint at (almost) all times - I agree, flip charts are much better and in my experience delegates love them!
Terrence Seamon said…
I have always been a flipchart guy.

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