Thinking with The Eye’s Mind
This book demonstrates how to successfully review and develop ideas and plans that have yet to fulfil their original promise. It does so by way of a 13-chapter text and two accessible online applications designed for business and personal planning.
We invite you to be among the first to download your copy of this book and its accompanying software (currently in beta phase and yes, we’d like to hear from you) free of charge for a limited time. Once you learn how to let your eyes do the work they’re intended to do, you’ll never abandon a worthwhile idea again.
“This is **exactly** what Dr Tom English of the US Navy’s weapons safety board was talking about when he said he wanted to see integrated analyses (plural), rather than separate analyses stapled together with a cover sheet. Zounds my man, you’ve got a breakthrough!!” —Mathew Weilert, Director, The Systems Thinking Institute
“Clearly the structuring of thoughts, knowledge and human interaction into a process and cogent organization is a challenge that is quite ubiquitous. I think your Ford example (on the U-Template) does a great job of highlighting both the problem and solution.” —Michael Loria, Vice President, Corporate and Business Development IBM Security and Mobile. Formerly IBM Business Development Rational Software
“This is much more than a project tool. The ability to track the spectrum of information from the data requirements makes it one of the best tools I have seen.” —Cameron Erikson, MVP Healthcare
“I’m impressed with your work and believe it carries significant potential to stimulate interest in the U-Template and the related 10 Pillars…I find valuable insight in the connections you’ve made between improving human cognition and the use of visual/graphic imagery.” —Jay Bitsack, Practice Director, ACORE II (Bus, Tech & TLS Transformation Services)
Thinking with the Eye’s Mind
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