This article is dedicated to all mind mappers who struggle with the amount of time they spend mind mapping.
People often struggle understanding the real differences between mind mapping and concept mapping. Although they seem very similar, these two concepts are actually different. Read this article and find out about the differences.
Event Planning is easier when done with mind maps. Here is an introduction to the crucial things you should take into consideration when planning and managing any sort of event.
A flowchart is a type of diagram that represents a workflow, and it is widely used. In this article, we want to guide you through the process of creating flowcharts with iMindQ software. See the guide.
In this article, you will see a creative and practicle solution to summarize a book with the help of mind map. A downloadable mind map is included. Enjoy!
Are you familiar with what is a memory and how it works? The majority of people tend to think that you are born either with or without a good memory. But according to scientists and experts, this is not the case.
Mind mapping and mind maps can be used on many different ways, and find applications in many scenarios. We selected 10 examples of real-life uses of mind maps.
A mind map can be described as a graphic organizer or a diagram that assists students or people, in general, to visualize what they are reading and discover connections between distinct pieces of information.
There are plenty of authors that have researched mind mapping so let’s take a look at 3 of the authors and their respective research in this area.
They say a picture tells a story better than words, and that is definitely true when it comes to working as well. Using different types of mind maps is a professional and easy way of introducing a visual element into your work.
Mind mapping isn't a new phenomenon, in fact, it's been around for at least 30 years already. However, it's a technique that's often underused in blogging. It's one of the best ways to get information across to your reader in a fun and easy to understand way. Here's how to create them, and how to use them when you're blogging.
For a long time, just like everyone else, I would take meeting notes with a piece of paper and a pen. As the meeting progressed, I’d note down quotes from others, promises on my behalf and anything that struck me as being important.
We are looking at a customer-supplier IT outsourcing relationship. Over the years, many problems and irritations have escalated until a point where the customer finds it unacceptable to continue as-is and suggests his supplier to engage an independent mediator to solve their disputes. The objective of the mediation is to continue the collaboration and prevent formal litigation. This situation is classic for IT outsourcing: a customer is disappointed regarding services delivered and thinks he does not get what he needs or is entitled to, regularly feels not well served by supplier personnel, and is distrustful with regard to the accuracy of invoices. The supplier experiences his customer as over demanding, loss leading and unpleasant to work for. The chosen mediator uses an approach that many may find unorthodox and innovative.
So, you’ve just discovered Mind Mapping. You may have been on a course, a workshop, read a book, or watched an online video on the marvels of Mind Mapping.
You think Mind Maps are going to change your world and your life.
You tell everybody around you about this wonderful new technique called Mind Mapping and how it works the way your brain works.
Most of us understand the concept of mind-mapping. We think of a teacher at a white board with a topic in the middle and students volunteering ideas or suggestions that relate to that topic. This is a very popular teaching tool in elementary schools especially, as teachers try to give students practice in classification and organization. As students move into their high school years, mind mapping is not used as much.
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