Visual thinking is using our innate ability to see; both with our eyes and our minds eye to discover previously invisible ideas, develop those ideas in a rapid and intuitive way, and then share those ideas with other people in a way they simply get. Any problem can be made clearer with a picture, and any picture can be created using a set of tools and the rules for its use. The core of The Back of The Napkin programme is learning to use the Visual Problem-solving Toolkit - a powerful new way of looking at problems and their solutions. This is a highly participative and interactive workshop. Participants will learn through short lectures, hands-on exercises, live study cases, group discussions and experience sharing, presentations and feedback.
By attending this programme, participants will be able to generate and develop more creative and innovative:
The workshop will benefit Level 3 - New Managers and Level 4 - Manager - seeking to enhance their performance by solving their everyday business and operational problems more effectively and selling the solutions.
Visual Thinking – What is – Why
Goh Ai Yat, a former senior banker, regularly conducts business skills programs for executives to prepare themselves to stay relevant in todays challenging operating environment. Some of the related programmes she has conducted are The Entrepreneurial Manager, The Entrepreneurial Employee, Thriving On Challenges and Creativity & Innovation -The Rules Have Changed! Ms Goh holds an M.B.A. degree from the Entrepreneurship Institute of Australia.
Goh Meng Kiang is a former General Manager and Vice-President of Operations for a Subcontracting Test Facility in Singapore. He is the managing consultant of his own company. Mr Goh has more than 25 years of working experience for several multinational companies. He has conducted numerous training workshops and presentations for staff and clients. Mr Goh graduated from the National University of Singapore with B. Engrg.