Thinking in Images

Most people think in words. When asked to imagine a traffic accident they come up with not very detailed descriptions, in comparison with people who are thinking in pictures. It became even worse if the words are becoming more and more abstract. Words as society, market, law, inflation etc. stay for them just words; they... Continue Reading →

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T29 – Day 29

Design your own thinking challenge! In this exercise, the last of the 29 Day Thinkibility Challenge, we will ask you to reflect upon and use what you have learnt. You could design your own thinking challenges in two ways: The first way is to formulate ONE interesting question. What fascinates you? What are you wondering... Continue Reading →

Visualise Rhythm – Thinkibility Nibble

John Varney describes the ‘wheel method’ of tracing rhythm and explores a more intuitive way of visualising rhythms. Traditionally rhythm is indicated on a musical bar line but after this musical journey around the world, you never look at a musical bar line in the same way. I might add, unless you're a musician. Patterns... Continue Reading →

Making Plans More Engaging – Thinkibility Nibble

Many organisations and many people struggle with implementing plans, strategies or intentions. As a Thinkibility nibble we will hypothesize here that it is caused by boring presentations, but also by neglecting the planning process with all stakeholders. Planning is often an interactive process We will put forward the idea that, although most planning tools use... Continue Reading →

Visualisation – Thinkibility Nibble

Where do you search for ideas on reflection and ways to enhancing your awareness? How do you visualise the thinking steps to be taken to solve a problem? Mental as well as physical components make up a successful athletic performance and the last decades various techniques have been developed to mentally prepare athletes. Imagery is... Continue Reading →

Press Patterns

It is generally believed that the media are rather objective yet lightly coloured by their economic or religious values.  Media differ on a same topic in the words used in the headings, the wording, or the framing. However, there are indications that media are not so different at all. This phenomena is called MSM –... Continue Reading →

Understanding of Complex Problems

How do you make the tiny tangible? The building blocks of human life – cells – are tiny. The idea behind the “Living Cell” project was to make the tiny human cell look large. The interactive installation called"'Living Cell" was created by CLEVER°FRANKE for the ERIBA Institute in Groningen, the Netherlands. Short visualisations can explain... Continue Reading →

The Thinking Habits of Steve Jobs

In Walter Isaacson´s biography Steve Jobs  emerges as a nasty, selfish, and ruthless man. Fortunately, he applied his talents to making computers and did not engage in criminal activities. Although, Steve Jobs  thoroughly studied Buddhism and meditated, there is little evidence of an inner peace of mind or compassion with other humans. He is the epitome of a genius who, because he thinks much faster and better than his employees, fell into the trap of arrogance and power play. Fanatic, extremist, narcissistic and obsessive, not a man to have in your enterprise,... Continue Reading →

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