Leaving creativity to chance isn’t scalable or sustainable. Here’s a 5-step process you can use with mind maps to amplify your creativity.
Here is a collection of nine articles that will help you understand how to use mind mapping software to master change and uncertainty.
Your assumptions can cloud your thinking and prevent you from seeing new opportunities. A mind map is the perfect tool to challenge them.
Have you ever needed to solve a problem, but lacked creative energy? If so, then maybe it’s time to create an image map to spur your thinking.
Imagine a concept mapping tool that provides you with keyword prompts to help you expand your diagram. That’s the promise of ContextMinds.
I believe the ability to gather, organize, distill and share information is a key to success as a creator in today’s hyper-fast, disruptive business environment. I’m always looking for new ways to think about this process. That’s why I was totally intrigued when my colleague Carla Johnson shared a 3-step process for distilling observations in her new book, RE:Think Innovation.
I recently conducted an experiment with visual collaboration tool Miro to see if I could use it to recreate popular brainstorming techniques. The results turned out better than I could have imagined. In this post, I share 8 tools I created using Miro’s flexible toolset.
Visual writing tool Speare makes it easy to brainstorm using divergent and convergent thinking tevhniques. This new video shows how.
OpenGenius CEO Chris Griffiths explains the thinking behind Ayoa’s new whiteboard capabilities. It’s a solid strategy to improve creativity.
Last month, I gave a presentation to the Unmistakable Creative Listener Tribe on the topic of creativity and mind mapping software. In it I revealed: Why mind mapping software is perfectly aligned with the way your brain thinks How it enables whole-brained thinking How it supports both divergent and convergent modes of thinking How it […]