Either Thomson Reuters is being painfully honest or someone doesn't really get how a Venn diagram works.
33 replies and sub-replies as of Sep 22 2016
Marie E McVeigh
it could be both.
it is used to confuse the innocent and protect the guilty or is the other way around? Anybody's guess ....
One vote for "Painfully Honest."
oh. Yeah, I didn't do that. But for more Venn fun, follow
Frank Ch. Eigler
business graphics use mathematical designs (topologies, sets, etc.) only to amaze, not to communicate
Steven R Clark
it can be both ...
I can't even think of a narrative where this makes sense.
No, mass media really is that sketchy.
As someone who was a sub-contractor for them 15 years ago, at least back then I would have said "both"
goes really well with the toilet swirl logo
They just don't learn -
Dunno, looks pretty accurate for most organizations
venn diagrams aren't always proportional. They just visually enumerate logical relations (intersections, etc)
I believe that's why the "painfully honest" qualification is there.
Or they don't even know what a Venn diagram is.
They missed maths class that day. It turns the graphic into a very brand and reputation damaging tool.
Seems a bit generous to Thomson Reuters.
Erin K Saunders
This IS the company that willingly embraced a toilet-flush logo. Some graphic designer out there is a hero!
I think they stole that slide from
OMG! That is hilarious!! Love me some Ven Diagram humor
The American Caliban
thank you, I needed that
The amount of text used made this an amazing coincidence I suppose
Come on, there is clearly *some* overlap.
"make it look like they're holding hands"