The subject of my new mind map analysis falls short by trying to cram too much information into too little space. The result is a map that doesn’t communicate its meaning clearly.
Archives for September 2012
When it comes to thinking creatively, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Our ideas tend to fall into the same predictable categories, despite our efforts to the contrary. How can you jump-start your thinking in some new, creative directions? One way is to form your own personal “board of directors.”
Here’s a bit of Friday fun: The creation story from the book of Genesis in the Bible, envisioned as a mind map – complete with some cool project management features!
How can you transform your best ideas into profitable action? In this new report, I outline a 6-step process for using mind maps to manage the process of creation – from raw ideas to reality.
Learn powerful strategies for increasing the visibility and impact of your LinkedIn profile with these valuable special reports.
One of the opportunities you may be faced with as a mind mapper is to serve as the facilitator or idea recorder for small group brainstorming sessions in your organization. Here are some tips on how to do it well.
BiggerPlate.com, the world’s largest mind map gallery on the web, recently added ConceptDraw MINDMAP to the list of mind mapping software programs it supports.
XMind, one of the best low-cost mind mapping software programs available today, just got better with the release of XMind 2012. This new version includes a redesigned Gantt chart, the ability to maintain a set of revisions of your mind maps so you can roll it back to previous versions, and much more.