We will live in a world driven by data. Data is the new oil, some say. It would therefore not be entirely incorrect to say data is the new currency of business. And this currency thrives in visualisation. Scott Berinato, author of Good Charts says that visualisation has emerged as our shared language.
Presenters in the corporate world are guilty of using extremely bad examples of data visualisations. And as a consequence most of these presenters fail to engage their audiences. Visualising data well is not a special or a nice-to-have skill anymore; it’s a must-have skill. This skill has to bulwarked by the ability to weave data into a compelling narrative.
The program impresses upon the participants why is important to think beyond the default and start to think visually and communicate through a combination of visualised numbers and text in a well-strung story. And it also tells them how.