For centuries, works of art have challenged us to think, to reflect, to analyze, and to communicate. Images are our shared language – and never has that been more true than in the information age. Bombarded by words and formulas and lines of code, we need images more than ever to broaden our thinking and our problem-solving skills.
Using a comprehensive, thoroughly unique approach to artistic creations, Vanessa Badré guides us to expand our powers of observation and bring innovative thinking to an ever-faster information society. Because businesses cannot thrive on spreadsheets alone.
The same techniques that are vital to observation and interpretating art can be used to analyze business issues using new, unexpected lenses. They can provide new opportunities for re-examining issues and problems from an entirely different vantage point – the view from 30,000 feet. Exploring works of art also opens new windows on to the creative process, which is vital for successful entrepreneurship, innovative competition, and managing changing industries. Exploring new topics and new ways of seeing are highly beneficial not only to team-building but also to a team refresh.
Through the lens of art history, Vanessa Badré deciphers works of art to put in perspective past and present issues. By observing images, she brings innovative thinking in an ever-expanding information society.
Because businesses cannot thrive on spreadsheets alone, she uses master works of art to comprehend the dynamics of contemporary societies.
Observation of art stimulates the ability to analyse business issues through new, unexpected lenses. It stimulates creativity which is vital for successful entrepreneurship, competition, and managing changing industries.