Today’s guest is Dr. Gwendolyn Galsworth, an author and consultant who specializes in the visual workplace. Gwendolyn shared her fascinating background with us and explained the importance of visuality. This in-depth conversation is guaranteed to challenge your thinking. An MP3 version of this episode is available for download here.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- Gwendolyn’s background (6:42)
- The moment Gwendolyn connected with visuality (11:11)
- What the work is really about (14:22)
- The quotes that inspire Gwendolyn (16:43)
- What visual “management” is and isn’t (19:27)
- The terms Gwendolyn prefers (22:45)
- What else visuality has been called historically (25:26)
- About the I-driven approach (30:11)
- The role of advocates in cultural change (36:10)
- Gwendolyn’s definition of a visual workplace (37:38)
- Why it’s important to look beyond the devices (38:20)
- What Gwendolyn loves about visuality (41:37)
- A success story (47:44)
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- About Dr. Gwendolyn Galsworth
- Visual Thinking Inc
- Visual Workplace Radio
- The Visual Thinker Newsletter
- Visual Workplace/Visual Thinking
- Gwendolyn’s Email
- Gwendolyn on LinkedIn
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