“If I had known then what I know now, I would’ve done it much differently.” How many of us have found ourselves looking back on the rollout of a [...]
This is the second blog of the seven-blog series, Creating a workplace where people thrive: The power of organizational core values. How do companies create a thriving workforce? It [...]
This is the first blog of the seven-blog series, Creating a workplace where people thrive: The power of organizational core values. When I started Magnolia in 2002, I didn’t [...]
Too often, people begin developing infographics by playing with templates, images, and data visualizations. And who can blame them? It’s fun! But while this process will produce an infographic, it might not result in a story that connects with your audience. A better approach is to begin by making intentional decisions about your infographic: clearly defining your audience, purpose, and message constitutes three foundational and critical steps for developing an effective infographic.