Idea Maps #31-32 and Hint #12: Follow Up to Yesterday's Meeting Notes
Jamie Nast is the author of "Idea Mapping" published by John Wiley & Sons. The book is available in the Business/Economics section of bookstores. Jamie has trained over 15,000 people world-wide to be more creative, more productive and better learners.
Liza Seiner created this idea map during a 2-hour temple committee meeting. She took black/white notes with some images throughout the meeting, but felt that they were not very well organized for the various themes that were being discussed. So she went back and put these together.
Flickr is a site where you can upload your photos and other files. Most of the idea maps from this blog's inception (and some others) can be seen at a glance on my page. It's an easy way to scan through many -- even though the descriptions are more complete on the blog. The squidoo lens works similarly and links to Flickr.
Kaizad Irani is the Program Director for Horticulture and Landscape Design at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois. He recently attended a 2-week workshop in Kansas City called Drawing and Designing with Confidence taught by Mike Lin. Mike asked Kaizad to teach an Idea Mapping segment as a new tool to add to the participants "design toolbox."
Linda Rex attended the 2-day "Idea Mapping: A Learning Workshop" held at ACH in June. She was asked to do some purchasing training on two processes/procedures, and thought this was a perfect opportunity to try mapping her lesson plan for this training. She used FreeMind 8.0 for this application.