Topics covered in the December 2010 mind mapping coaching call include creating mind maps for complex topics, Tinderbox for the Mac and sources for mind map templates.
Archives for December 2010
The latest report in the Effective Mind Maps series looks at a map that needs plenty of improvement. We’ll deconstruct it, and then look at how it could be redesigned more effectively.
Looking back over the mind mapping software developments of 2010, the biggest trend was the growing popularity of apps for mind mapping on portable devices.
MyMind is a new mind mapping app for the iPhone that incorporates some cool features which make it intuitive and easy to use.
Chance Brown, author of The Mindmap Blog, will be conducting a webinar on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 entitled “Introduction to Computer-based Mindmapping.”
If you are an avid user of mind maps, you may already have so many that you’ll have a hard time keeping track of them. Having an effective system for managing them effectively is critical to maintaining your productivity. But how do you do that? In this new special report, I share some advanced tips […]
Dan Roam, in his new book Unfolding the Napkin: The Hands-on Method for Solving Complex Problems with Simple Pictures, shares a series of questions that you can use to refine and improve your visual thinking. This simple process is very applicable to creating and refining the content of a mind map.
My latest Effective Mind Maps report looks at a regional planning mind map that attempts to cram a lot of information in a small space. Effective? Not so much.
Matchware’s new version 4.0 of MindView raises the bar for collaboration with mind maps, with an impressive new online map sharing workspace that provides the tools that project managers need to get real work done.
A growing number of mind mapping software programs now support collaboration. How are you utilizing this capabilities? Please share your experiences.