I’ve started creating some business concept diagrams. Diagrams like this are so useful! Sometimes, you need to illustrate a concept, but don’t want a photograph. In this situation, diagrams may communicate the concept more clearly.
You can use them in 2 ways:
- As labeled diagrams for your specific situation
- As graphics to portray a concept
You can label diagrams to create infographics that contain specific information for your situation. The labels can be words or numbers. When you use numbers, the infographics are a substitute for charts/graphs.
Here’s a another graphic that portrays a similar concept.
Without labels, you can use the diagrams as images to portray a concept. In this situation, the graphic might replace a photograph.
Here’s the cog as a concept graphic.
Here’s another look from the presentation you can download (see below).
I’m pleased to offer these two graphics to you as a free download, in several formatted versions (black line, blue line, shadow, white outline). You can use them however you want. You can resize them, reformat them, add to them, or whatever you need. (But you can’t sell them.)
They are part of an upcoming product which will have 50 concepts, with 3-5 graphics per concept.
Tell me, do you need business concept diagrams? What concepts do you need to illustrate? Here are a few of my ideas, but please leave me your ideas by writing a comment.
- Lack of time
- Steps of progress
- Distinction/standing out/being different
- Overlap/common purpose
- Sharpen the saw (from 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey)/Pull back the arrow/Preparation/Planning
Download the business concept diagrams
Download this first group of 2 diagrams in 4 styles, including sample slides.
PPTX version (for PowerPoint 2007 & 2010)
PPT version (for PowerPoint 2003)