How It Works

To me, a successful business runs like a well-designed, well-oiled machine. I can visualize business machinery at work. Each of the units below contains information that will help you see what I see and will teach you how to model your business so that you can make the greatest improvements to it in the most efficient and effective ways.

This website is meant to be an in-depth tutorial on business visualization and how to apply this methodology to your own business. It is comprehensive and detailed. And it will require a serious commitment of time and effort from you if you want to truly understand it and use the approach to model your own business. But I can guarantee you that if you’re willing to put in the work, it will pay off. In fact, in the long-term, business visualization will not only save you time and effort, but also help you increase your profits.

Unit 1: Evolution of a Model
This unit explains how I arrived at the business visualization model–a way to see all the parts of a business at once and over time.
Unit 2: Energy & Information Systems
All systems, business included, are comprised of energy and information governed by rules. If you understand a system, you can control it better.
Unit 3: Money
In this unit you’ll learn how to model the money entering and leaving your business system using colored-colored, scaled gears.
Unit 4: Metrics
How do you know the quality of your business’s performance? Metrics. This unit demonstrates how metrics, when visualized, can be used more effectively.
Unit 5: People
People are at the heart of every business. This unit offers a way of seeing the value your employees contribute to your business system.
Unit 6: Optimization
Visualizing your business makes pinpointing problems easy. Fixing them is another story. Find some tips for optimization in this unit.
Unit 7: Software Solutions
Business visualization has a real payoff, but also requires a real investment. With software, the approach could be more efficient and accessible.

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