One of the best ways to enjoy the productivity-enhancing benefits of mind mapping software is to employ it to create a dashboard map. In much the same way that the dashboard on your automobile consolidates all of the key data you need to operate it in one convenient location, a dashboard mind map gives you a similar at-a-glance view of the information and data that is most important to you.
In the past few years, there has been quite a bit written about using mind maps to create dashboards. But, to a large extent, this information was scattered in quite a few places. It’s something like a group of blind people trying to describe an elephant, using only their sense of touch. Each of them describes something different, because they’re focusing in on the part of the elephant that is right in front of them.
In much the same way, the blogosphere’s coverage of mind map dashboards has been limited in focus. That’s why I wrote a report – to consolidate the best resources on dashboards into one location, and then extract the best practices, insights and ideas from them into a valuable executive summary that you can use to take action on creating a dashboard that meets your needs.
This new report summarizes:
- What a mind map dashboard is
- Benefits of dashboards
- What can you include in a dashboard?
- Types of dashboards and examples (with links to blog posts on each example)
- Tips for creating and managing dashboard mind maps
In short, it’s the ultimate guide to this useful type of visual map that will arm you with the knowledge you need to immediately begin creating your own dashboard.
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