Doodling atWorkMain Aspects
• We know that doodlingencounters a lot of resistancein the business environment,but there are some studies thatsuggest th...
• A doodle is anunfocused orunconscious drawingmade while a personsattention is busy.• Doodles are simpledrawings.Doodling...
• The word first appeared in the 17thcentury, a doodle was a fool, as inYankee Doodle.• In the 18th century, it became ave...
• Many examples of doodlingare found in schoolnotebooks.• Other common examples ofdoodling are producedduring long telepho...
• Popular kinds of doodlesinclude cartoon versions ofteachers or classmates,famous TV or comiccharacters, landscapes,geome...
• Many American Presidents and peoplehave been known to doodle duringmeetings:– Thomas Jefferson, Ronald Reaganand Bill Cl...
• According to a study, doodlingcan aid a persons memory byexpending just enough energy tokeep one from daydreaming,which ...
• Doodling is a strategy to makespontaneous marks to help yourselfthink.• When people doodle they retain moreinformation t...
• The following are referenced in thispresentation:– Sunni Brownwww.ted.com/talks/sunni_brown.html– John Cloudwww.time.com...
Doodling at Work – Main AspectsOur Business ContactsFeel free to send us an e-mail.Our Website:www.licoreis.comOur E-mail:...
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  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Last year, the inability to produce subpoenaed e-mail resulted in million dollar—even billion dollar—lawsuits against U.S. companies.
  • Doodling at Work - Main Aspects

    1. 1. Doodling atWorkMain Aspects
    2. 2. • We know that doodlingencounters a lot of resistancein the business environment,but there are some studies thatsuggest that it has a profoundimpact on the way we canprocess information and theway that we can figure outsolutions.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsIntroduction
    3. 3. • A doodle is anunfocused orunconscious drawingmade while a personsattention is busy.• Doodles are simpledrawings.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsDefinition
    4. 4. • The word first appeared in the 17thcentury, a doodle was a fool, as inYankee Doodle.• In the 18th century, it became averb, and it meant to make fun ofsomeone.• In the 19th century, it was acorrupt politician.• And today, we have what isperhaps our most offensivedefinition, it means to do nothing.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsHistorical facts
    5. 5. • Many examples of doodlingare found in schoolnotebooks.• Other common examples ofdoodling are producedduring long telephoneconversations if a pen andpaper are available.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsExamples
    6. 6. • Popular kinds of doodlesinclude cartoon versions ofteachers or classmates,famous TV or comiccharacters, landscapes,geometric shapes andpatterns, textures, banners,etc.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsPopular examples of doodles
    7. 7. • Many American Presidents and peoplehave been known to doodle duringmeetings:– Thomas Jefferson, Ronald Reaganand Bill Clinton.– Samuel Beckett and Sylvia Plath.– Mathematician Stanislaw Ulamdeveloped the Ulam spiral forvisualization of prime numberswhile doodling during a boringpresentation at a mathematicsconference.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsNotable doodlers
    8. 8. • According to a study, doodlingcan aid a persons memory byexpending just enough energy tokeep one from daydreaming,which demands a lot of the brainsprocessing power, as well as fromnot paying attention.• Thus, it acts as a mediatorbetween the spectrum of thinkingtoo much or thinking too little andhelps focus on the currentsituation.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsBenefits
    9. 9. • Doodling is a strategy to makespontaneous marks to help yourselfthink.• When people doodle they retain moreinformation than their non-doodlingcounterparts.• We wrongly think doodling issomething we do when we lose focus,but in reality, it is a way to stop us fromlosing focus.• Additionally, it has a profound effecton creative problem-solving and deepinformation processing.Doodling at Work – Main AspectsConclusion
    10. 10. • The following are referenced in thispresentation:– Sunni Brownwww.ted.com/talks/sunni_brown.html– John Cloudwww.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1882127,00.html– Jeremy Deanwww.spring.org.uk/making-habits-breaking-habitsDoodling at Work – Main AspectsOur References
    11. 11. Doodling at Work – Main AspectsOur Business ContactsFeel free to send us an e-mail.Our Website:www.licoreis.comOur E-mail:licoreis@licoreis.comlicoreis@licoreis.com.brLinkedin: Roberto de Paula Lico JúniorSkype: roberto.lico
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