Change with images
My visualization heart beats for strategy images that deal with organizational design, transformation processes and corporate development. Since I myself come from a communications and management consulting background, I find it exciting to take a closer look at complex processes and understand interdependencies between areas. Through visualizations, I am able to show stakeholders the meaningfulness and opportunities of strategic change.
A picture makes its way
An image should be more than just a picture that is used for a short period of time. Accordingly, a portion of conception and communication is always part of my consulting.
If the image is intelligently interlocked with the existing communication channels in the company, it can have a lasting effect. It is always great to see how strategy images are used sustainably in internal and external communication in very different ways. If a strategy image is still in use after years, that is always the greatest compliment for my work.
Pictures from Yasmine Cordes
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