DYNAGRAMS - Thinking in Stereo In this project we examine the potential of dynamic, interactive, conceptual diagrams to improve managerial sense making, planning, and decision making, particularly in strategic planning settings. We develop and test novel diagrammatic solutions to pressing business problems (such as resolving dilemmas, making sense of opportunities, and dealing with resource constraints). We evaluate their effects in real-life settings and through experimental studies and we will document the best performing ones for (software-based) use in management meetings. The Dynagrams project proceeds in four steps: The first step consists of a comprehensive review of the domain of diagrammatic reasoning and diagrammatic problem solving, as well as an identification of key diagram mechanisms and principles. This step encompasses both, a literature review of the relevant literature, and organizational case studies on select diagrammatic methods. In the second step, we will design and prototype novel diagrammatic methods for managerial problem solving and issue clarification in teams. The third step is dedicated to the rigorous evaluation of the developed dynagrams through experiments, and in-situ cases. As a final step, we will document and train the dynagrams that have proven beneficial in phase 3 of the project. The project ran in cooperation with three partner organisations from January 2014 to October. The ensuing book is forthcoming in spring 2016.