David Sibbett’s new book on visual thinking, Visual Meetings, contains a treasure trove of advice for people who want to be better problem solvers and have more fun at work.
It’s tempting to regard mind mapping as yet another right-brained thinking technique that enables us to tap into the creative side of our marvelous brains. But that would be selling it short.
Dan Roam, author of the popular visual thinking book, The Back of the Napkin, has just published a workbook called Unfolding the Napkin: The Hands-On Method for Solving Complex Problems with Simple Pictures.
Mind Maps for Business: Revolutionize Your Business Thinking and Practice is a new book from Tony Buzan and Chris Griffiths, CEO and Founder of Buzan Online, that shows you how to develop your visual thinking skills core business areas, including project management, selling and leadership.
As part of my plans for an expanded and updated third edition of my e-book, I have decided to add some fresh case histories to it. And I’d like your help!
If you are interested in learning more about the larger context within which visual mapping fits, then you will really enjoy Malcolm Craig’s excellent book, Thinking Visually: Business Applications of 14 Core Diagrams.
Dave Gray, the founder and Chairman of XPLANE (a firm that has great expertise in communicating complex concepts and processes visually), has published a pre-release version of his new book, Marks and Meaning. It’s a fascinating read, one which I highly recommend.
MindServe Group, a reseller of Inspiration visual mapping software, has announced the pending launch of a new e-book, Visual Process Mapping, authored by Dr. Jerry Talley. This comprehensive program, which is delivered on CD-ROM, provides a rich set of resources to help newcomers to understand the basics of process management, strategies for mapping business processes in Inspiration, and how you can improve a process once you have created an initial map of it.
I’m pleased to report that Power Tips & Strategies Second Edition is now available for purchase. It has been a real labor of love to put together, and I feel really good about how it turned out. I’m especially excited that it contains so much new content that was provided by users of mind mapping […]
About a month ago, I told you that Gideon King, founder of NovaMind Software Pty., was planning to publish a book entitled The Teacher’s Guide to Mind Mapping. This new resource is now available, according to a post on Gideon’s blog. While the focus of this book is primarily on primary and secondary school teachers, […]