With great passion for processes
Do what you love. I like to carry this sentence from the Holstee Manifesto with me. I am happy that I could marry two of my passions: Visual Facilitation and Process Optimization. The result: Visual Process Mapping.
For example, we also use the advantages of figurative language in process descriptions to reach a consensus as quickly as possible about what we actually want to talk about. The possibility of documenting and triggering emotions through visualization holds enormous potential, especially since this does not take place in “normal” process mapping.
This terrain, which has hardly been explored anywhere in the world, is one of the research areas I am working on, especially with my colleagues Martin Haussmann, Andrea Wendt, Coco Riess and Koen de Keersmaecker from the bikablo team.
How do I manage to create “aha” experiences in virtual collaboration as well, so that everyone involved can work together better? What I was already interested in before Corona was intensified by the pandemic: In countless tests and meetings with willing colleagues, I try out different hacks, techniques and scenarios. In doing so, I push the functions of hardware and programs to the limit, for example with the creative arrangement of zoom tiles, picture stories under the document camera or the green screen effect of the video production app OBS.
Trainings from Frank Wesseler
Pictures from Frank Wesseler
Block posts recommended by Frank Wesseler
The digital grab bag
A strategy image workshop spontaneously switched to online by bikablo bildwerk enabled surprising insights: Here are the five most important takeaways on virtual collaboration.
Analog Meets Digital: Visually Capturing Conference Knowledge
Cross-media visual dialog accompaniment by bikablo bildwerk at the Forum Hochschullehre in Mönchengladbach
Visual Process Mapping: Rethinking Workflows with a Pencil
Live drawn process comics instead of abstract flowcharts: Visual Process Mapping – how co-creation can succeed in process optimization!