Mind mapping guru Michael Tipper recently did an audio interview with me on the topic of increasing your productivity in business using mind mapping software. You can listen to it here.
Visual mapping consultant Wallace Tait believes that a Visual Mapping Body of Knowledge (VMBOK) needs to be created, to provide a commonly-accepted collection of principles and best practices about this powerful information management technique. I recently interviewed him about the challenges facing information managers today, and how a VMBOK can help to meet them.
Jamie Nast, author of the popular book Idea Mapping and the Idea Mapping Success Blog, is one of the most world’s most prolific trainers and speakers on the topic of visual mapping. In this interview, she explains why it’s critical that executives learn to express their ideas visually, using hand-drawn idea maps and mind mapping software, and the risks of not doing so.
Productivity expert Michael Tipper shares his thoughts on how mind mapping fits into today’s business world, how it helps today’s information worker to manage information overload, and why mind mapping isn’t taken more seriously as a productivity tool by businesses.
As mind mapping grows in importance as a key tool for business, it’s not surprising that people are starting to emerge who coach executives on how to use it effectively. Kyle McFarlin is a visual strategy expert. Through his consultancy, Visual Strategist, he advises entrepreneurs, C-level (CEO, CFO, CMO, etc.) executives and work teams on […]
I recently interviewed Mind Mapping guru Tony Buzan via e-mail about the growth and evolution of the popular visual mapping technique that he invented in the 1960s, his decision to launch a Mind Mapping software program (iMindMap) and the future of mind mapping. Don’t miss this fascinating conversation! One thing that surprised me about this […]