Heuristic sketches contain joint meeting drawings, conceptual diagrams such as the Five Forces diagram of Porter and visual metaphors like iceberg visualisation (Bell & Davidson, 2013). It has been established that the visual culture can be applied within the management field across the multinational corporation. It provides with the overview of the organizational facts and performance data in description along with which the visualisation of information offers the basic assumptions, relationships, principles and both prescriptive and prognostic insightful details. This is effective in engaging the organizational workforce in activities that allows them to comprehend the information and motivates the audience for the reconstruction of the illustration’s meaning.
The focus of the visual culture in the organizational management field remains on developing an adequate knowledge type perspective which can provide with the required knowledge to the member (Rose, 2014). This is followed by the perspectives of visualisation goals that provide with the organization with the motive behind applying the visual culture for the achievement of specific objectives. The perspective of target group focuses on the specific members on the basis of their previous knowledge, present expectations and time limitations (Bryson et al., 2013). This is enabled either virtually or in a classroom setting with the use of various visualisation formats.
It is to consider that the visual image of Taj Mahal will provide with the insight of the historically prevalent values. These values are present in the geographical region of India. The range of materials was used in the construction of the monument.