When Novamind was sold in August, I shared the announcement from the perspective of founder Gideon King. Now, I have completed an interview with its new owner, Patrick Klug, who shares his perspectives on what’s next for this innovative mind mapping software program. The program appears to be in good hands.
Concept mapping is well-known as a tool for expressing knowledge. But how is it used in business?
In recent years, visual project management has emerged as a set of tools and techniques that help project managers to make sense of and manage large, complex projects more effectively. Paul R. Williams, PMP has written a new book entitled Visual Project Management that can help us better understand what they are and when and where to employ them when managing projects. I recently interviewed him to learn more about these tools, techniques and visual frameworks, and why they work so well.
How to use graphic design to convey a professional image and clearly communicate your brand – featuring advice from Roger C. Parker.
In this exclusive e-mail interview, Mindjet CEO Scott Raskin outlines the thinking behind its merger with Spigit, how the combined company will support agile, repeatable innovation and its commitment to MindManager.
I recently had the opportunity to interview Michael Martine, author of the popular Remarkablogger blog, where he focuses on helping readers to be more effective at internet marketing, social media and managing their blogging businesses.He’s also a big fan of mind mapping software. Read on to learn why.
I recently had an opportunity to have a phone interview with Tony Buzan, widely regarded as the father of mind mapping. He believes we’re now living in the “Age of Intelligence,” in which power comes from being a creative, flexible thinker who can effectively gather, distill and communicate information. Read on to learn why mind mapping is the perfect tool for this new era.
A growing number of businesses have discovered that mind mapping software is an awesome tool for managing back-office tasks like project planning, conducting research and writing reports. But how many actually use mind maps with their customers to add value to those critical relationships? One small Chicago area company has found a way that has literally transformed its business.
Mind mapping guru Michael Tipper recently did an audio interview with me on the topic of increasing your productivity in business using mind mapping software. You can listen to it here.
Visual mapping consultant Wallace Tait believes that a Visual Mapping Body of Knowledge (VMBOK) needs to be created, to provide a commonly-accepted collection of principles and best practices about this powerful information management technique. I recently interviewed him about the challenges facing information managers today, and how a VMBOK can help to meet them.