My latest mind map analysis covers a visual map that is something of a paradox: At first glance, it seems to be wrong in so many ways, at least compared to the best practices of visual mapping that I promote in the Effective Mind Maps series. Yet, in a strange way, it does a really good job of doing what it was intended to do – to provide a concise, eminently readable summary of the business book, Virtuoso Teams: Lessons From Teams That Changed Their Worlds.
In this report, we’ll look at the areas where this unique mind map doesn’t follow the principles of effective design, and then I’ll explain what still makes it an effective map. And I will introduce you to the idea of creating intrigue – making the audience of your mind map WANT to drill down and learn more, thanks to some very persuasive first-level topics.
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