Several months ago, I asked you, the loyal readers of this blog, to share with me your mind mapping success stories, along with a screen shot of one of your mind maps. My goal was to gather some fresh “case histories” for inclusion in the third edition of my Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping Software e-book.
The results were very disappointing; I only received 1 or 2 submissions. I had almost given up on this idea when a friend of mine, Bob Levy, gave me a new insight into why you didn’t respond: Most people can’t send me copies of their maps because they contain proprietary information. D-OH! Why didn’t I think of that?
So let’s try this again, only with a different, less complicated angle:
Please send me an e-mail to to mystory [[at]] innovationtools <<dot>>com with answers to these questions:
- How are you using mind mapping software in your organization? (i.e., specific applications of it)
- What are the benefits, results or advantages that you’re enjoying as the result of using it in your operations?
I look forward to your ideas!
The legal fine print
By sending us your case history and mind map, you are transferring all rights for their use to Chuck Frey and InnovationTools, and are giving permission for these materials to be published electronically in his e-books or in the Mind Mapping Software Weblog.
Chuck Frey and the Mind Mapping Software Blog retain the right to decide which case histories will appear in print, and may edit or amend them as needed to fit the style and format of the medium in which they are published.
Please be sure that neither your case history nor your map contains any proprietary information. Chuck Frey and InnovationTools cannot be held responsible for disclosing any proprietary information about you or your company. By sending a case history and a visual map to us, you are declaring is that it does not contain proprietary information and that you have obtained any necessary approvals from your employer or client to send it to us.