Gartner Hype Cycle

Gartner has always made use of diagrams and visual representations to support managers in taking better decisions about technology investments.If you’d like to know more, have a look at our case study on Gartner (published at ecch) They keep updating and improving their products, such as the Magic quadrant and the Hype Cycle, to includeContinue reading “Gartner Hype Cycle”

WEIRD people: cultural differences in reasoning style and visual perception

When we travel to exotic countries, especially developing nations, we often find the locals to be kind of weird. But let’s be honest, we are the weird ones, because we are the minority. I was very glad to find that some scholars had the same thought, and just published their research on the dangers ofContinue reading “WEIRD people: cultural differences in reasoning style and visual perception”

Visual representations @ Academy of Management meeting

The Academy of Management annual meeting just took place in Montreal (August 6-10, 2010) with 8000 participants from 80 countries. This huge and prestigious event has pulled together scholars from all facets of management, from entrepreneurship to social innovation, to managerial education with new media and hardcore management theory. Despite 1801 sessions were organized, onlyContinue reading “Visual representations @ Academy of Management meeting”