In this new Mind Mapping Insider video, I will show you how to use some of the new capabilities of MindManager 2012 to conduct online research.
Archives for January 2012
There’s no such thing as information overload. That’s the audacious claim of the author of the Innovation Leadership Network Blog. Tim Kastelle.
Millennials, the generation currently in their late teens to early twenties, are the future of business. Based upon a story I recently read about how they engage with visually-presented information, it looks like a bright future, indeed.
Many diagramming software programs today are like Swiss Army Knives – they can create almost any kind of diagram you could imagine, including mind maps. But mind mapping isn’t usually their strong suit. Here’s why.
It’s the beginning of a new year, the perfect time to think about setting goals. That’s why this report focuses on a well-designed goal-setting mind map created by Matthew Tanguay from Fluent Brain.
Mind mapping software is often dismissed by linear thinkers as being somewhat frivolous and not worthy of their attention. But by ignoring it, they’re missing out on one of the most powerful productivity tools of the modern age. This infographic explains why.
10 Ways to Make It Great is an inspirational book written by a good friend of mine, Phil Gerbyshak. It offers a set of simple, no-nonsense tips on how to live an exceptional life. That makes it the perfect subject for a mind map.
indGenius Ltd. just announced an update to its mind mapping program that should significantly broaden its appeal to enterprises. MindGenius 4.2 now supports SharePoint check-out/check-in and you can export your project map data directly to Microsoft Excel.
What do you need to know about mind mapping software to be more effective in your work?
You can get much better at anticipating future trends and making better informed business decisions by having a system for considering future scenarios. A mind map is an ideal tool for this type of exploration.