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A good visualization can communicate the nature and potential impact of ideas more powerfully than any other form of communication.For a long time, "dataviz" was left to specialists--data scientists and professional designers. No longer. A new generation of tools and massive amounts of available data make it easy for anyone to create visualizations that communicate ideas far more effectively than generic spreadsheet charts ever could. The Harvard Business Review Good Charts Collection brings together two popular books to help you become more sophisticated in understanding and using dataviz to communicate your ideas and advance your career.In Good Charts, dataviz maven and Harvard Business Review editor Scott Berinato provides an essential guide to how visualization works and how to use this new language to impress and persuade. He lays out a system for thinking visually and building better charts through a process of talking, sketching, and prototyping.In Good Charts Workbook, Berinato extends the usefulness of Good Charts by putting theory into practice. He leads readers step-by-step through several example datasets and basic charts, providing space to practice the Good Charts talk-sketch-prototype process for improving those charts. Examples include a "Discussion Key" showing how to approach the challenge and why. Each challenge focuses on a different, common visualization problem such as simplification, storytelling, creating conceptual charts, and many others.The Harvard Business Review Good Charts Collection is your go-to resource for turning plain, uninspiring charts that merely present information into smart, effective visualizations that powerfully convey ideas.
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Communicating your idea in a clear, compelling, and persuasive manner is critical when trying to launch a new venture. This Harvard Business Review collection brings together two popular books to help you craft your story, design better visualizations, impress your audience, and turn your idea into reality. Understanding and using data viz to persuade is a must-have skill for anyone in business today-especiallyy if you're launching a new venture. In good charts, dataviz Maven Scott Berinato provides an essential guide to how visualization works. Berinato lays out a system for thinking visually and building better charts through a process of talking, sketching, and prototyping. How do you launch the venture of your dreams? In get backed, entrepreneurs evan baehr and evan loomis argue that it's not just about securing start-up funding. It's about building the right relationships, crafting a compelling story, and creating the perfect pitch deck. Filled with proven tips, exercises, and templates, this book shows the process for how to successfully communicate your vision. Good charts will help you turn plain, uninspiring charts that merely present information into smart, effective visualizations that powerfully convey ideas. Get backed will show you exactly what it takes to get funded and will give you the tools to launch a new venture. Together, these books will help you bring your idea to life. Scott Berinato is a self-described "dataviz geek" and a Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review. He has written and edited many articles for HBR and other top business and tech-related print and web publications. Evan Baehr is cofounder of Able, a venture-backed financial services company helping fund the Fortune 5 Million--the millions of small businesses across the United States. Previously he was cofounder of Outbox, a venture-backed start-up aiming to disrupt the US Postal Service. He's run or supported capital campaigns raising hundreds of millions of dollars, including the second largest raise in angel-investor history, and worked for legendary investor Peter Thiel. Evan is also a Venture Partner with StartupRunner Capital. Evan Loomis cofounded and launched TreeHouse, the "Whole Foods version of Home Depot," a home-improvement store in Austin, Texas. He started his career on Wall Street as an investment banker and then as the COO of an angel investment group called Wedgwood Circle, a national angel investment group that seeks to inject goodness, truth, and beauty into the art and entertainment industries. Through these he raised millions of dollars from over thirty angel investors and venture capital firms. His newest venture is StartupRunner Capital, a venture that funds and builds early-stage companies with scalable, repeatable business models.
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