If you’re serious about capturing your ideas when brainstorming, then you need a tool that enables you to do so quickly, with a minimum of “friction.” Not surprisingly, this describes mind mapping software.
PEST analysis is a valuable tool for understanding the external macro-environment in which your business operates. It can help you to better understand the range of trends, influences and forces that may represent either threats or opportunities to your firm.
What is mind mapping software? Why should you use it to enhance your next strategic planning initiative? This new, free preview of my e-course reveals what you need to know.
Liam Hughes from Biggerplate recently announced that It has launched a certification program for mind mapping software. While this is a noble effort to elevate the professionalism and competence of mind mappers, I’m afraid it’s likely to have limited value as a professional development tool.
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Strategic planning is a complex, multi-faceted exercise. Here are some things that can go wrong – and how mind mapping software can help you solve them.
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Managing a strategic planning session is HARD. It requires a number of different types of thinking, coordination and collaboration at different stages of the planning process. That makes it a perfect application for mind mapping software.
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