As part of my plans for an expanded and updated third edition of my e-book, I have decided to add some fresh case histories to it. And I’d like your help!
Archives for July 2009
It’s been stated that a problem well defined is a problem half solved. A key step in accurate problem definition is identifying the stakeholders in the current situation – those people or groups who are affected by the problem and who stand to gain if it is solved. Here’s how mind mapping software can help you to capture and understand the needs of your stakeholders.
Mind mapping software gives business executives a set of visual modeling tools that enable them to manipulate information, knowledge and ideas with a freedom that is unprecedented. As a result, savvy businesspeople are utilizing this type of productivity software for an amazing number of applications, including these 45.
Most of the high-end mind mapping programs have so much functionality that many users don’t realize all that they are capable of. In this post, Mattis Oveson from Mind Technologies shares with us a list of little-known, under-appreciated but very useful features that can be found within his firm’s powerful, business-focused mind mapping program, Visual Mind.
StrengthsMapper is a new add-in for MindManager that helps companies seeking an edge in today’s turbulent business environment to build stronger teams. Based upon the principles of Strengths Based Management, this innovative program helps individuals and teams to visually map out a plan for personal and professional growth and development.
Markus Müller, the developer of the MindNode mind mapping program for the Mac OS X, recently announced that he has developed a version of it for the iPhone and iPod Touch. MindNode (touch) is currently undergoing private beta testing, but he has revealed quite a few details about its capabilities.
UK developer Mode de Vie Limited recently announced a new mind mapping program for the Ma c OS X platform called MyThoughts that aims to provide a simple, easy to use environment for visual mapping. Here’s what’s notable about it.
Spicynodes is a new web-based mind mapping tool developed by the Institute for Dynamic Educational Advancement (IDEA) that aims to help organizations to create a more “humane,” usable interface for navigating large amounts of information. It offers some intriguing functionality that’s worth a deeper look.
If you’re planning to buy mind mapping software, here are 5 must-have features that should be on your short list of requirements.
Have you ever gone on a business trip, only to discover that you forgot to pack several items? To solve this problem, create a simple travel planning mind map. Read on to learn how.