Here’s what you need to know about running a strategic planning session with mind mapping software. This article, number 3 in a series, explores how to select a facilitator, venue and mind mapping software that supports your needs.
Mind mapping software can bring numerous advantages to the strategic planning process. In this article, the second in our series on how to run planning workshops, we’ll investigate seven specific advantages it offers compared to traditional methods like whiteboarding.
Whiteboards and flipcharts have been the standard planning and thinking tools for most businesses since the 1960s. Mind mapping software offers a more efficient alternative.
Have you ever been stumped by a creative challenge? Maybe you just need to look at it from a new, creative perspective with this simple mind map.
Like most tools, mind mapping software is only as good as the skill of the person using it. Here are 6 practices you can usevnow to dramatically improve the effectiveness of your mind maps.
In recent years, blogger, book author and avid mind mapper Roger C. Parker has developed a strong, professional-looking brand for his mind maps. I recently interviewed him to learn how he developed their distinctive look and feel.
Here are 10 powerful ways mind mapping software can help you get unstuck and build some much-needed momentum in your work and life.
Did you know that mind mapping software can be a powerful tool for planning and outlining your writing projects? You can not only use it to visually outline your next report, white paper, book or other large writing project – you can also export it to Microsoft Word, saving you many hours of time.
Farnoosh Brock’s excellent instructional mind map on career mistakes to avoid “breaks” several rules of mind mapping, but that’s OK. It communicates a mini-lesson very effectively.
One of the techniques that the late David Bowie used to inspire unique songs and lyrics was to randomly arrange newspaper and magazine headlines and other short bits of text. You can do the same thing today using a visual thinking tool called Mural.ly.