Have you ever used a technique in planning to cover all the bases such as mind-mapping? If so, does it do the job for you? If not, which type of sequential format have you used?
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1. Have you ever used a technique in planning to cover all the bases such as mind mapping? If so, does it do the job for you? If not, which type of sequential format have you used?
Mind-mapping is one of the simplest, yet most powerful, tools a person can have in her creativity toolbox. It is a non-linear way of organizing information and a technique that allows you to capture the natural flow of your ideas. Let's take a closer look on how to use this flexible tool. Try it the next time you need to write a memo, prepare a meeting agenda or are trying to get a bird's eye view of a complex project. Although the tool does not in effect do the work for you, it does help to organize the information and make the task easier and more effective. (1)
Steps of Mind mapping:
Note: See mind-map below (in attached article), which you can follow as you go through the following steps. Each step adds to the mind-map. Then you would use the organized information to complete your ...
This solutions explores the planning process in terms of using techniques such as mind-mapping. It also describes the usefulness of mind-mapping in a step-by-step format.