This mind map template contains 8 thought-provoking questions that you can use to help you with personal problem-solving – better defining problems and then brainstorming solutions for them.
Mind mapping software can help you to be more productive, better organized, more creative and more efficient in your work. Here are 10 ways it can do so.
My latest mind map analysis focuses on a simple, common-sense process to creative problem solving. I’ll show you an excellent template that you can adapt to your needs, and I’ll explain how to do so.
Chic Thompson’s new book, What a Great Idea 2.0: Unlocking Your Creativity in Business and in Life, contains an intriguing mind map that caught my eye. It depicts three simple mind maps, side-by-side, that are joined together to show the relationship between them. From left to right, the central topics of these maps are causes, symptoms and results. Taken together, they provide a more complete view of your problem, challenge or opportunity.
Here are 5 techniques that you can use today to become a more powerful problem solver – using mind maps.
What causes crises in many businesses? Poor communications. How can we improve communications? By sharing information visually.
When it comes to unraveling a complex business challenge, sometimes it helps to get a bit of “altitude” above it – to view it from a panoramic perspective where you can see all of its components and how they relate to each other. Mind mapping software can be an excellent tool for deconstructing a challenge, analyzing its root causes and envisioning creative solutions to it.
Creative problem solving skills are fast becoming a critical executive skill today. But what I’m having trouble understanding is the underlying needs that are driving this trend. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below this post on these questions: How has the fundamental nature of business problems changed during the last decade? Have […]