The eyes have it
Formal written reports and text-laden PowerPoint presentations have long served as the primary means of delivering project updates and pitching project investments. But the recent advancements in high-quality digital media are overturning this tradition: Today, project managers have at their disposal innovative, easy-to-use tools--cell phones, digital cameras, corporate networks, the Internet--that make project reporting and selling affordable, efficient, and effective. This article explains how project managers can use the latest generation of digital imagery to improve their ability to communicate and deliver spiced-up project reports and presentations that clearly, forcibly, and engagingly convey their message. In doing so, it describes the impact of using images and the issues in using various types of digital media.