There are now at least 9 mind mapping apps available for the Android smart phone and tablet platform, with more on the way.
Archives for April 2012
Whenever you’re presenting a large amount of information in a mind map, you must take great care to ensure that the visual treatment is clear and understandable. The subject of this new mind map analysis could be improved in terms of its visual impact.
When it comes to developing creative ideas to enhance your work and life, there is one question that stands head and shoulders above all others. It alone is responsible for more human progress than nearly any other factor. And its the topic of this week’s Mind Mapping Insider report.
Inspiration Software has released an iPad app called Inspiration Maps. It looks to be perfectly suited for education, but may be a little too light weight for most business applications.
SWOT, a popular business planning technique, can also be a powerful tool for identifying ways in which you can add value to your work and life. And one of the best ways to do this type of exploration is with a mind map.
ThinkBuzan has launched a new integrated approach to go-anywhere mind mapping that it has christened iMindMap Freedom, which features a new web-based mapping tool, online file storage and updated mind mapping apps.
How do you do a “pilot” – or limited-scope roll-out – of mind mapping software to a work team in your organization? That’s the subject of my latest Mind Mapping Insider report.
Here is a mind map of the content of my new book, Up Your Impact: 52 Innovative Strategies to Add Value to Your Work.