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Wednesday, 4 June 2014

"Mind Mapping ... for business ... are you serious?"

"Do you need to put pre-conceptions .. about mind mapping to one side?" is the challenging question posed by Jamie MacDonald, Head of Client Development at Mind Genius.  In a recently published article, Jamie considers this question and offers insights as to how mind mapping (and mind mapping software) can help raise efficiency, productivity and performance in business.

Jamie lists a number of applications and benefits for mind mapping:

  • Discussions at meetings or brainstorming sessions
  • Clear understanding of outcomes and requirements at planning meetings
  • Monitoring and managing tasks and activities in the most efficient way
  • Thinking things through thoroughly when planning strategies, objectives and projects
  • Planning, scheduling and managing projects better
  • Preparing documents, reports and presentations.

Read more about Jamie's challenge and his response in the article available here (click to open in your browser or right click to download/save).  For more articles by Jamie and other contributors please visit the MindGenius Blog.

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1 comment:

Mark Shefield said...

Efficiency can only be raised if the software works. Unfortunately after more than ten years of using the same mindmap I can say that it becomes impossibly "buggy" in its death throws. One needs to consider the consequences of having thousands of branches of information crawling along or inaccessible. The tool has been given a lot of PR and features added regularly but it may not be the tool for everyone unless the programers can come up with some house keeping routines for it.