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Engaging audiences and inspiring change is key to business success, especially in today’s digital age. In this edition, I share some perspectives on storytelling, storyboards and more…Enjoy reading and watching!
Storytelling to engage and inspire
The best leaders are those who give people a clear narrative, and a common purpose. Drawing inspiration from historian and best-selling author Yuval Noah Harari, Nandu Nandkishore, vyn advisor, shares his perspective on the importance of stories in this short video.
Beyond films – why Storyboards matter
The first complete set of storyboards was created for a Disney short “The Three Little Pigs” in 1933
Storyboards have been central to great storytelling. In our blog here, we share how vyn Storyboards are proving valuable in reducing costs and improving customer experience.
Read on to find out why we care about them and how asking the right questions, an integral part of vyn Storyboards, are proving to be a powerful digital tool for our clients.
The Surprising Power of Questions
“The important thing is to not stop questioning”, Albert Einstein said. In this well-researched article from HBR, the authors believe questioning is a uniquely powerful tool for unlocking value in organizations. Read on to learn more.
NEW: vyn’s impact in the field
Connect to find out more on how vyn is:
- Reducing call out costs for a field team delivering telecom services to business customers
- Materially lowering false claims by easily sharing visual evidence of job completion with customers for a energy & home services provider
- Achieving faster asset surveys and more accurate contract mobilisation for a large asset management company
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