With complex IT projects, haven’t you said, more than once, “I wish I could see the whole picture?”
When we begin to look closely at the problems of creating and managing digital information, and achieving true information governance, a picture is the most common means of communicating used by corporate teams. A diagram.A process map.A flow chart. Why? Because pictures are accessible and effective at showing structure, relationships and patterns.
This is why Google Maps delivers you both a map and text-based driving instructions. We need both tools to find our way. Same thing in navigating how to build information governance:each of us needs a map to identify the risks and navigate in the correct direction.
My training employs a unique visual-based learning method that enables professionals to learn faster, and with greater ability to recall and use what they have learned.
All of the course content is presented in structured, visual digital maps—RitterMaps—that enable you to discover and learn just like you do online—through visual exploration, click-and-open and links to related topics.
The impact is stunning—you can better understand the structure, relationships and context of complicated IT and legal topics and achieve faster recall and retention. My maps truly are pictures that are worth a thousand words—no wonder that those I have trained using RitterMaps say “Your maps are like gold!”
Recently, an expert on instructional design said, “Your maps are like the GPS we need to find our way in cyberspace.” He was exactly right—if you are going to the courthouse to fight about digital evidence, you will want my maps in your pocket as the GPS to the rules you need to know. If you are going into a meeting to design a privacy control system, my maps will show you the highways, and the detours, that need to be considered.