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Visual Language

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Visual Language is a facilitation technique using (typically hand drawn) pictures in combination with words to convey clearer meaning. The exercise of using a Visual Language Technique not only produces a visual representation of the topic but a deeper shared understanding of the topic itself.

Visual Modeling

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A visual model describes a complete system from a specific perspective for a better understanding of the system.

Voice of the Business

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Project Managers and Business Analysts frequently use Six Sigma related tools, techniques, and processes as a way to capture requirements, risks, and assumptions for their projects. One technique which can be effective to capturing information from a business is known as Voice of the Business.

Voice of the Customer

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Voice of the Customer is an in-depth process of capturing customer's expectations, preferences and aversions.

Voices on Project Management

by Soma Bhattacharya, Jorge Valdés Garciatorres, Marat Oyvetsky, Wanda Curlee, Lenka Pincot, Kevin Korterud, Peter Tarhanidis, Yasmina Khelifi, David Wakeman, Sree Rao, Lynda Bourne, Christian Bisson, Cyndee Miller

Voices on Project Management offers insights, tips, advice and personal stories from project managers in different regions and industries. The goal is to get you thinking, and spark a discussion. So, if you read something that you agree with--or even disagree with--leave a comment.

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