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Visual Decision Thinking
A new quality of decision making is emerging based on decades of research into pattern thinking. This is the capacity of the mind to visualise patterns of great complexity through structured and flexible diagrams and symbols that incorporate verbal language tightly coupled to symbols.
Pattern recognition is crucial to many fields of human activity and visual maps are increasingly part of any major discipline. Much of this is supported by the new graphical computational techniques which convert data into maps. It seems that good decision makers are good visualisers but this innate skill is difficult to transmit without representational techniques.
The icons on this page hint at different visual frameworks that can be immensely helpful in different decision making situations.