How often do we want to simply make our point, instead of bringing our opinions together to reach consensus? Look at all the PowerPoint presentations and slick brochures: we want to tell our view, instead of listening to others. We want our opinion to be heard.
Mark Geljon works as a management consultant at Multimedia Skills, a consultancy firm in the Netherlands specialized in Customer Interaction. Recently, he developed a taxonomy for archiving and searching images of one of the largest multimedia publishers in Europe. He also developed a coupling of two existing taxonomies for a search engine for people with disabilities for the Dutch Ministry of Health. He uses information architecture and information design techniques to align stakeholders, visualize future implications and structure information environments.
He is experienced in leading customers to success by executing workshops and giving inspiring presentations. His background includes a Master’s degree in System Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management at Delft University of Technology and some freelance work as a software trainer.