Human Experience Mind Maps © by PPM which can be "flown-thru" by clients.
At PPM we use human experience data to make a difference.
We started in healthcare, and now specialise in corporate learning across all sectors.
New techniques have made it possible to use human experience data and harder, more quantitative data in dynamic combination.
The results can be visualised interactively, adding a whole new dimension to your corporate decision-making.
And because we don't maintain expensive offices, we're surprisingly affordable.
Executive Coaching & Corporate Learning Events
Training in Management and Visualisation of "Big" Data including Hybrid Quant-Qual
Experience Landscapes © (how does engagement with you feel for different kinds of people across the whole landscape of your business?)
Experience Measurement System MOTs (what are your current systems giving you, and how can they be improved?)
Heatmaps (which of the potential changes you could make will impact the greatest variety of people?)
Impact Analyses (what difference have you made this year, and for what kinds of people?)
Social Value Bank (what is the likely monetary value of the impact you've made?)
Dendrograms (these are like family trees, and they tell you what issues in your business are most closely related for the people who use it)
Analysis of Employee and Consumer Stories (stories answer the questions you didn't even know you wanted to ask)
Staff Engagement (keep your people keen)
Community Engagement (be in the right places at the right times - position your offer with maximum impact)
Evidence Workshops (use PPM's illuminating data to influence your stakeholders)
Multivariate Analysis (want to compare everything with everthing? now you can)
This Experience Landscape © shows how clusters of experience themes relate to levels of deprivation in national datasets.
This Heat Map shows the most important experience themes, and where they are concentrated.
This Experience Landscape © shows how themes are related to a "deprivation gradient".
This Experience Landscape © shows how overarching themes are grouped for individuals.