Mindjet recently announced a new version of MindManager 8 that enables real-time synchronization of data between SharePoint and your mind maps.
Using mind mapping software to take notes during business meetings can be very distracting. Here are 6 powerful strategies for getting around this common objection.
Earlier this week, Mindjet launched a Mac version of MindManager 8 that users of this visually-oriented operating system can be proud of.
The results are now in on the Most Improved Mind Mapping Survey of 2009. The winner is… well, actually, you’ll have to read the blog post to discover who the winner is, and who appears to be gaining fast on the front-runner!
Here is an analysis of a personal productivity mind map – what works especially well about it, and what could be improved. This report may be the first of a series of business maps, deconstructed and analyzed to give you greater insights into the principles of effective visual mapping.
Brainstorming – developing and capturing creative ideas – is a primary use of mind mapping software. Here are 5 mind mapping tools that do the best job of supporting brainstorming, in my opinion
One of the shortcomings of software-produced mind maps is that key information is sometimes hidden several levels deep in our maps, within contracted topics. Developer Olympic Ltd. decided to do something about that. The company recently launched a new add-in for MindManager 7 and 8 called PowerMarkers that speeds up access to the information in your maps.
StrengthsMapper is a new add-in for MindManager that helps companies seeking an edge in today’s turbulent business environment to build stronger teams. Based upon the principles of Strengths Based Management, this innovative program helps individuals and teams to visually map out a plan for personal and professional growth and development.
If you’re considering purchasing a mind mapping program to do presentations, the commercial software programs available today vary significantly in their capabilities. Here is some the functionality you should look for, along with brief descriptions of the 3 programs that I think do the best job of enabling map-based presentations.
Michael Deutch, writing in the Mindjet Blog, recently announced some significant updates and enhancements to MindManager Web, the web-based version of the popular mind mapping tool. This update includes over 100 usability improvements.