In this post Verena Hanke-Neuland talks about a special trip to Romania. But also about the happiness and generosity of a community that sticks together and supports each other in everyday life to master the small and big hurdles in life together.
Diane Bleck has been a Graphic Facilitator for 20 years. She works with big and small companies to bring their ideas to life.
Diane loves colors and loves to work with strong colorful colors.
It may be the case that you have never heard of Kanban. Or only in connection with Scrum.
Maybe you work in IT development or in the automotive industry? Then you know Kanban. And also know how it works. But from the beginning: Kanban is Japanese
„Clothes make people“ (literally translated) is a novella by the Swiss poet Gottfried Keller.
It’s one of the best-known stories in German-language literature and is about the tailor Wenzel Strapinski, who always dressed well despite his poverty. In a foreign city he’s considered a count because of his appearance … and at the end of the story Strapinski brings it to great prosperity.
With a few markers in the backpack over the Alps, almost anyone can do that. But just do it with a Neuland® GraphicWall V3.
Transport dimensions: W 83 x H 140 cm, Weight: 13 kg. Let’s go. Well, maybe not over it, over the Alps, but at least Tony Johnston, David Andress and Filippo Buzzini have just set up the wall in some especially beautiful places in Switzerland, including graphic recording. Outside in the mountains. Outside in the forest.