Mind mapping is a powerful visual planning tool. But sometimes it can unwittingly become a communications medium that doesn’t do an adequate job of communicating with its intended audience.
Such is the case with this week’s Effective Maps subject. The author of this map was apparently trying to fit as much as possible on a single sheet of paper. The result is a densely-packed mind map that is somewhat hard to read and interpret.
In this new Effective Mind Maps report, we’ll look at some ways in which this regional planning mind map could be improved.
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