Harvard Business Review Webinar - Better Charts in a Couple of Hours: Sketching to Win
The ability to create smart data visualizations was once a nice-to-have skill. But in today’s complex business world, where the amount of data is overwhelming, being able to create and communicate through compelling data visualizations is a must-have skill for managers.
No one understands how managers can improve their presentations through data visualization better than Scott Berinato, Senior Editor, Harvard Business Review. Berinato is the author of the Harvard Business Review article, “Visualizations that Really Work,” and the book, Good Charts: The HBR Guide to Making Smarter, More Persuasive Data Visualizations.
In a series of interactive Harvard Business Review webinars, learn from Scott Berinato how to create powerful data visualizations that will improve the impact of your presentations. Berinato walks through the most important processes, activities, and best practices for creating effective data visualizations and successful presentations.
The first webinar in this series, Better Charts in a Couple of Hours: Sketching to Win, is grounded in the idea that the success of a visualization is determined long before a chart is created. That’s because great visualizations start with disciplined preparation. This webinar focuses on the crucial early stages of improving your dataviz output by first talking through the communication goals and challenges, and sketching out possible solutions.
Join Scott Berinato for a step-by-step demonstration of “whiteboarding” ideas and unlocking the right visualization options. He provides a real-time example of how teams can take apart visualization challenges and unlock the most important information to tell the most compelling stories.