Conventional approaches to project planning are usually time-consuming and inefficient in the use of the limited resources. Here’s how facilitated discussions with mind mapping software can help.
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.