The back of the napkin - Solving problems and selling ideas with pictures

Goh Ai Yat
Class Format

A concise workshop designed to up-skill you within a hour and a half. There will group exercises, feedback sessions and case studies carefully curated for the experience.


Visual thinking is using our innate ability to see, both, with our eyes and our mind’s eye, to discover previously invisible ideas, develop those ideas in a rapid and intuitive way, and then share those ideas with other people in a way they simply “get.”

Any problem can be made clearer with a picture, and any picture can be created using a set of tools and the rules for its use. The core of The Back of The Napkin Workshop is learning to use the Visual Problem-solving Toolkit – a powerful new way of looking at problems and their solutions.

Key takeaways

1. Learn what visual thinking is and how it provides a simple and powerful way to solve work problems.

2. Learn how to think visually – how to see sharper.

3. Learn a whole new way of looking at work problems more quickly, understanding them more intuitively, addressing them more confidently, and conveying results to others more rapidly.

About the class host

Ai Yat is an entrepreneur, educator, trainer/coach, storyteller, and an artist.

She advocates for agility at work and in business to succeed in an ever-changing environment. She also challenges students, professionals, and entrepreneurs to be highly marketable and business driven, and make decisions that are not only technically correct but also make good business sense.

Ai Yat regularly conducts entrepreneurial and development programmes. She also helps retirees to be active and make use of their expertise in their golden years.

Lastly, she’s also the first and only Master trainer in Asia for The Back of the Napkin™- Solving Problems with Pictures for Digital Roam Inc. (US).

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