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A protagonist outside the cinema (part 1 of 2)

Harry Potter, Oliver Twist, Anna Karenina: characters from movies and novels captivate us. Is that also possible in policy papers, innovation plans and texts about change management?
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A protagonist outside the cinema (part 2 of 2)

Ready to explore how a main character can improve your story? This follow-up article gives ten practical tips.
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How 18 minutes of war statistics can glue you to the screen

You've got a lot of numbers and want to tell a multifaceted story with them. How to keep your audience's attention?
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A complex story? Turn on the navigation for your audience

When driving a car, a TomTom will tell you quickly and clearly where you’re going. Grant your story's audience the same experience.
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This image library turns visualization into a feast

Visuals often do a faster and better job explaining what you mean than do words. But what to do when find it hard to make visuals?
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Convince your audience: argue against your own proposal

You have a plan full of advantages, but your audience still says no? Follow this stepwise approach from a different perspective.
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Make a structure before you start writing: 3 advantages of a bullet list

You know your subject, but writing about it is hard and time-consuming. Recognizable? Then make a bullet list before you start.
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10.000 identical flyers, the one even more authentic than the other

Authenticity. Everyone knows the concept, but no one knows exactly what others means by it. How to make a flyer on such a subject?
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Learning actionable communication… from a bicycle parking

When you propose an idea you want to enable your audience to act on it. Therefore, be kind and communicate in an actionable way.
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