A recent article published in “Science” by Guy J. Abel and Nikola Sander visualizes migration with a beautiful and interactive circular plot: check out their page for the interactive vesion. Very insightful.
We are ready to start the journey to discover India. The first lecture of the course will take place next Tuesday September 27th 2016 from 8.15 am in room 58-018 (Telstrasse 2 – near the St. Gallen train station). You can now find the course slides and readings on the course webpage.
Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist
An awesome infographics from the website Visual Capitalist Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist
“Field Trip to India: Practicing Social and Intercultural Communication Skills” is new a master level course that I will offer for students of the University of St. Gallen. The course will take place in India during the semester break, from Sunday November 6th 2016 to Saturday November 12th, in addition to one kick-off lecture inContinue reading “HSG new course: Field Trip to India”
The mcm institute’s chair of communication management (Prof. Dr. Martin Eppler) is looking to hire a Research Assistant/ PhD Candidate (70%) in the area of management studies interested in pursuing a PhD degree and researching the impact of nudging and of visualization on the communication and collaboration quality of teams in organizations. The envisioned startingContinue reading “PhD position available – visualization in teams”
Un articolo riguardante la nostra associazione Kolours è appena stato pubblicato su Il Gazzettino nuovo. Leggi l’articolo online
The first edition of “Asia Days” will take place at the university of St. Gallen on May 3rd and 4th. The first day an opening panel will take place on the topic of “M&A of Chinese Capital in Europe “. On May 4th there will be several panels on specific Asian countries such as Singapore,Continue reading “Asia Days at the University of St. Gallen”
This HBR visualization of cultural differences is very insightful. It’s based on Erin Meyer’ book “the culture map”, an easy to read and useful book to understand how to communicate and work with people from around the globe.
Our article “Understanding the Impact of Visual Representation Restrictiveness on Experience Sharing: an Experimental Assessment” has just been published in the Journal of Visual Languages and Computing. Abstract: This study investigates the effects of the restrictiveness of visuals on the communication process and outcome in small groups. Visual restrictiveness is conceived as the constraints imposedContinue reading “Understanding the Impact of Visual Representation Restrictiveness on Experience Sharing”