We are often asked why came up with the name PrismVu for our company. We believe this name captures the spirit of our approach to recognizing and approaching issues from different perspectives. We value the different “prisms” people use to see the world and attempt to identify and surface these prisms. These prisms, also often referred to as “frames”, “mental models”, “schemas” are powerful ways to gain deeper understanding of an issue and others ways of seeing that issue.

The word “prism” is often used in terms of describing different ways of seeing an issue because a prism can refract light, splitting it into a spectrum of colors. This suggests that different perspectives on an issue can reveal different aspects of the issue, just as a prism reveals different colors of light.

For example, if we are trying to understand the issue of climate change, we might consider the perspectives of scientists, politicians, activists, and ordinary people. Each of these groups will have a different perspective on the issue, and each perspective will reveal different aspects of the issue.

The use of the word “prism” to describe different ways of seeing an issue can help us to understand that there is no single, objective way to see an issue. Instead, we need to consider multiple perspectives in order to get a complete picture of the issue.

Here are some examples of how the word “prism” can be used to describe different ways of seeing an issue:

  • “The issue of gun control can be seen through a variety of prisms, including the perspectives of gun owners, gun control advocates, and law enforcement officials.”
  • “The prism of race can reveal different aspects of the issue of police brutality.”
  • “The issue of climate change can be seen through the prism of economics, politics, and science.”

The use of the word “prism” to describe different ways of seeing an issue can help us to be more open-minded and to consider multiple perspectives. This can lead to a better understanding of the issue and to more effective solutions.

  • Charles Naumer

    https://prismvu.com/charles-naumer charles@prismvu.com Naumer Charles
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