IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 5: Re-style week 4. The diagram illustrates the elements that constitute futures studies: (i) The timeline displays the "future" as a complex moment in time. (ii) It is divided into time frames, e.g. the near and speculative future (Sanders & Stappers, 2014), to facilitate the analysis. (iii) The later is split into four alternative futures (Voros, 2003. (iv) Different futures technique are available to envision the preferable futures.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 5: Re-style week 4. The diagram illustrates the elements that constitute futures studies: (i) The timeline displays the "future" as a complex moment in time. (ii) It is divided into time frames, e.g. the near and speculative future (Sanders & Stappers, 2014), to facilitate the analysis. (iii) The later is split into four alternative futures (Voros, 2003. (iv) Different futures technique are available to envision the preferable futures.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2b: A new iteration of the comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It uses the metaphor of a fish, which provides the chance to examine it in four steps to identify the most significant problems of the company. According to the metaphor, the head of the fish represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2b: A new iteration of the comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It uses the metaphor of a fish, which provides the chance to examine it in four steps to identify the most significant problems of the company. According to the metaphor, the head of the fish represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 5b: Re-style week 4. The diagram illustrates the elements that constitute futures studies: (i) The timeline displays the "future" as a complex moment in time. (ii) It is divided into time frames, e.g. the near and speculative future (Sanders & Stappers, 2014), to facilitate the analysis. (iii) The later is split into four alternative futures (Voros, 2003. (iv) Different futures technique are available to envision the preferable futures.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 5b: Re-style week 4. The diagram illustrates the elements that constitute futures studies: (i) The timeline displays the "future" as a complex moment in time. (ii) It is divided into time frames, e.g. the near and speculative future (Sanders & Stappers, 2014), to facilitate the analysis. (iii) The later is split into four alternative futures (Voros, 2003. (iv) Different futures technique are available to envision the preferable futures.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 4: Clarifying complexity. I am interested in the "future" as a fictitious space where the events will happen. The graph illustrates the present, as the starting point where the observer (businessperson) is envisioning the -near and the speculative- future. Notice how the events that are part of the speculative future becomes fuzzy.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 4: Clarifying complexity. I am interested in the "future" as a fictitious space where the events will happen. The graph illustrates the present, as the starting point where the observer (businessperson) is envisioning the -near and the speculative- future. Notice how the events that are part of the speculative future becomes fuzzy.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 3: Scale. Playing with the scale of these two divers on a beach.   This image will be the cover of a handbook that present Dive -Design, Innovation, Vision, and Exploration-, a technique to help SMEs for radical innovation. More information in Spanish and some few parts in English here: http://dive.pktweb.com/

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 3: Scale. Playing with the scale of these two divers on a beach. This image will be the cover of a handbook that present Dive -Design, Innovation, Vision, and Exploration-, a technique to help SMEs for radical innovation. More information in Spanish and some few parts in English here: http://dive.pktweb.com/

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 1: Fun(?) facts about Colombia (not Columbia): (a) According to Brian Griffin (2016), Colombia is the primary producer of cocaine worldwide. (b) UN (2016) recognizes Colombia as one of the top three most biodiverse (with the highest amount and types of plants and animals) countries in the world. (c) Homer Simpson (2015) states that Colombians have the larger penis size with an average length of 17.93cms. Which one is true? Be aware, it is just an academic assignment.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 1: Fun(?) facts about Colombia (not Columbia): (a) According to Brian Griffin (2016), Colombia is the primary producer of cocaine worldwide. (b) UN (2016) recognizes Colombia as one of the top three most biodiverse (with the highest amount and types of plants and animals) countries in the world. (c) Homer Simpson (2015) states that Colombians have the larger penis size with an average length of 17.93cms. Which one is true? Be aware, it is just an academic assignment.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2c: A new iteration of the comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It uses the metaphor of a fish, which provides the chance to examine it in four steps to identify the most significant problems of the company. According to the metaphor, the head of the fish represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2c: A new iteration of the comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It uses the metaphor of a fish, which provides the chance to examine it in four steps to identify the most significant problems of the company. According to the metaphor, the head of the fish represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2a: A comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It is based on the metaphor of a fish that provide the chance to split it into parts having at the end an overview of the company. The head represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.

IMAGE/ABILITY. Week 2a: A comparison. Strategic PES is a visual tool to analyze SMEs. It is based on the metaphor of a fish that provide the chance to split it into parts having at the end an overview of the company. The head represents the knowledge of the company, the tail its users, the belly its products, and the back its facilities.


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