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Ging Visual Using Images Enhance Productivity Decision Making and Profits - Gerard A.

Ging Visual Using Images Enhance Productivity Decision Making and Profits

Author: Gerard A.
Publishers: Wiley publishing
Year of publication: 2005
Number of pages: 257
ISBN 0-471-71025-3
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Copyright 2005 by Alexis Gerard and Bob Goldstein. All rights reserved
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data:
Gerard, Alexis, 1953
Going visual : using images to enhance productivity, decision making and profits / Alexis Gerard and Bob Goldstein. p. cm.
Includes index.
ISBN 0-471-71025-3 (cloth)
1. Business communication. 2. Visual communication. I. Goldstein, Bob, 1947
II. Title.
HF5718.G45 2005 658.45dc22
2004028847 Printed in the United States of America
10 987654321
Acknowledgments iv
Foreword vii
Introduction: Getting the Picture 1
chapter 1 Visual Communication: A Short History 15
chapter 2 The Four Essential Requirements and
Five Action Steps of a Going Visual Strategy 35
chapter 3 Putting Going Visual into Practice 55
chapter 4 Solopreneurs: How a Small-Office or
Home-Office (SOHO) Business Grows by Going Visual 85
chapter 5 Imaging Every Day and Everywhere:
How a Midsized Business Wins by Going
from Text to Image 107
chapter 6 Smart Images: Making Images Work
Systemically, Over Time, Throughout a Larger Company 125
chapter 7 Being There by Going Visual 157
chapter 8 Going Further Visual: Five Future Steps 179
afterword New Challenges Ahead 211
appendix Insiders' Views of the Mobile Imaging Industry 219
Index 237
This book would not have been possible without the backing of the broad and diverse Community of Interest that formed around the project as it unfolded smart, forward-thinking people from many different fields, all of whom share in the vision that the mainstream use of images is transforming interpersonal communication. Their myriad contributions in the form of information, insights, counsel, and support were invaluable.
Were grateful to the many businesspeople who took time off from their demanding schedules to open their companies to us, and tell us about their experiences Going Visual their successes, the pitfalls they encountered, and their infectious enthusiasm. Our particular thanks to those whose companies are described in this book: Sally Carrocino, Bob Dickey, Dennis Dillon, Jim O’Leary, Russ Mason, and Linda Rudell-Betts.
Our thanks also to the visionary executives at the many technology companies who embraced this project and supported it with their time, influence, and resources. At Adobe Systems Bryan Lamkin, Michael Hopwood, Kyle Mashima, Steve Saylor, and Cari Gushiken; at Eastman Kodak Dan Carp, Carl Gustin, Jim Stoffel, Anthony
Sanzio, and Joe Runde; at Epson Dan Steinhardt; at Hewlett-Packard Vyomesh Joshi, John Meyer, George Lynch, Phil McKinney, Tara Bunch, Ted Wilson, and Pat Kinley; at IBM Gail Whipple, Adel Al Saleh, Dean Douglas, Peter Guglielmino, Amy Lipton, George Schlaugenhaupt, and JD Zeeman; at LightSurf Philippe Kahn, Robin Nijor, and Dave Kumec; at Microsoft Charles Mauzy, Amir Majdamehr, and Craig Munde; at Nikon Jerry Grossman; at Sprint Pierre Barbeau, Phil Garrison, Jeff Hallock, and Nancy Sherrer. Also Chris Yewdall at DDD Digital Dynamics, David Shoenfeld and Mark Knighton of NextEngine, and Bob Goligoski at Sandisk.
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