s always exciting when I see a mind mapping software developer stretching the capabilities of its program to meet the emerging needs of its users. A case in point is the recently launched MindGenius 2018.
Technology has caused numerous changes in the ways we live and work. The same is true in the world of project management, according to Donald Maciver.
Project management is one of its most practical and powerful applications, but it’s also one of the least understood. That’s why I created a new online course that’s focused on how to use mind mapping software for project management. It’s available now!
To help you better understand the relationship between mind mapping software and project management, I have created an infographic that helps you understand how task data gets mapped over to a visual timeline.
Mind mapping software can help you plan, execute and manage projects from start to finish. Its visual format is ideally suited to project design. But its task management tools make it equally adept at project management.
XMind, one of the best low-cost mind mapping software programs available today, just got better with the release of XMind 2012. This new version includes a redesigned Gantt chart, the ability to maintain a set of revisions of your mind maps so you can roll it back to previous versions, and much more.
Simtech recently released MindMapper 12, which strengthens this program’s position as a capable mind mapping program for business.