A process and space devoted to continued
learning and networking for those who have deep-dived into the method and tools of Visual Collaboration (beta version).
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How might we create a valuable Visual Collaboration Alumni?
In the first three months of Visual Collaboration Alumni we explore features that an Alumni process and space could include: Regular
meetups, mini video courses based on requests, focused events, alumni pitches
and feedback sessions, team coaching and membership benefits like reduced rate at other Academy content, free
pass to Drawing Bootcamps, Design Labs and our other coming initiatives.
What you need to attend
You can attend the Alumni sessions with one device, but we recommend two as this allows everyone to see each other AND collaborate in our online workspace.
Before each session you get a secure Zoom invite with ID and password. You can sign in and get ready 15 min before each session.
The Alumni space is hosted with MURAL. Here you will find individual, team and shared spaces. You do not need a MURAL account to join.
To get the most out of the Alumni, it requires that you attend meetups regularly in order to learn from and give insights to the other alumni.
As with the Visual Collaboration Course, our book Visual Collaboration is at the core of this Alumni. You can download the first chapter and the visual tools for free here.
Included in the Alumni process and space (TBD)
Extra attention on needs of the alumni. For example mini videos based on requests and focused coaching
Learning via use cases where all the methods and tools are applied to specific challenges.
Alumni gets to present, give and receive feedback to each other and experience super feedback sessions from Bigger Picture.
Meetups, focused events, team coaching and more, where Alumni are gathered around special needs.
Ole Qvist-Sørensen, MA, is a Founder and Partner at Bigger Picture, a consulting firm specializing in strategy communication and visual facilitation. He is co-author of Visual Collaboration.