Visual  Understanding

Trillennium Visual Understanding goes far beyond other methods (Buzan Mind Maps, Tufte Informatics, QFD,  Senge Systems Thinking).

It empowers you and your team to capture & solve your most difficult problems.

Trillennium Visual-Verbal Thinking  enables you to create collaborative combined mental murals of your complex inter-connected thoughts.

Visual Understanding is a set of proprietary methodologies, tools, and approaches to empower the key thinkers, creators, and problem solvers in your organization to work across functions and department boundaries to solve more complex problems.

Visual Understanding empowers you to accomplish what, in the past, you felt has been impossible.

Learn how to comprehend many more concepts in parallel. Achieve a capability to explicitly express the relationships and ramifications between hundreds of your thoughts, ideas, facts, data, issues, concerns and capture important nuances.  View the whole picture to see connections and patterns - to reach AHAs.

Utilize your PC to manipulate these your ideas in real time. Go beyond flipcharts or whiteboards which quickly get messy as concepts are expanded and edited.

Capture and build up a knowledge bank of innovative ideas, core concepts, and critical issues - organize with connections - instantly recall, edit, evolve, combine, and manipulate. Let your team play back and see the evolution of their ideas and thoughts over the course of time.

Visual Understanding provides big picture thinking to create new visions and strategies, to grow the business by envisioning new partnerships, markets, products, services, systems, and processes.

Visual Understanding enables you to do more in much less time - to transcend today's giant technological time warp where most businesses still meet and think in ways that are no different than those used a century ago !

Avoid Oversimplification
Complex problems involve numerous, sometimes even hundreds, of highly interactive issues which cannot easily be hierarchically organized and delegated. Current restrictive organizational structures, communications, and collective thinking practices limit the ways most corporations can tackle these problems.

Go beyond limited divide and conquer strategies which break complex problems down into a serial presentation of bulleted viewgraphs and charts. Transcend meetings where at best some of the comments are occasionally captured on flip charts or scores of Post-It notes.