Business visualization makes big-picture financial information understandable to everyone, promoting buy-in, credibility, effective decision-making and training. It facilitates competitive analysis, provides a competitive edge, assists in global communication and the identification of trends, and generally increases speed and accuracy of communication.

Business Visualization: A New Way to Communicate Financial Information

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Business visualization does not replace the use of traditional financial statements, but complements them to give a sense of relationships and priorities. It provides the tangible, concrete representation people need for a conceptual grasp of the big picture as a prerequisite for understanding the meaning inherent in abstract numbers.

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About the authors of this guide

Robin Helweg-Larsen, Eliza Helweg-Larsen and their team have guided hundreds of global brands in choosing and using business acumen training solutions to gain a competitive edge. Since 1993, brands such as Bic, Coca-Cola, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, McCormick, and Michelin have put tens of thousands employees through their programs. Fill the form to get their valuable insights today.