Ideally, mind maps need to guide the reader’s eye, helping us to understand what’s important and what the flow of information is around its circumference. Use of typography, font size, font color and images should be consistent and should help to add meaning to the map. There shouldn’t be any ambiguity – the presence of each major topic should be clearly explained or implied. Unfortunately, the subject of my new mind map analysis falls short by trying to cram too much information into too little space. In the process, it includes some elements that leave us wondering, “Why did the map author put this here?”
In this report, I will deconstruct what could be improved about this mind map that tries perhaps a little too hard to tell us about building influence as a leader.
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