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.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Idea Map #70 - Client Training Needs

This Idea Map was created by Glenn Stennes during a brainstorming session to identify 2007 training needs of companies supported by an international donor funded assistance program. The initial map was created in real-time while projected on a screen for all participants to see. Imagery was added during pauses which helped stimulate the flow of ideas. Following the meeting, some additional formatting was done. The map was then exported to a pdf and sent to all participants. The information recorded on the map formed the basis for developing the project training plan. You can see a clearer pdf version of this map on my website. If you click on any column it will sort the maps alphabetically and you can then search by author or title, etc.

Glenn Stennes is a Business Consultant presently living and working in South East Europe and a MindManager user since 2004. Last April he attended the 2-day Idea Mapping workshop in the UK taught by Vanda North. Glenn shared that applying the fundamentals taught during the workshop while using MindManager has helped make a good tool a great tool!

Vanda's next workshop in the UK will be held February 20-21, 2008. See course info and abstract for more details.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Asikk said...

Hi, This map look very interesting. But I can read olny the first branch in it, other are not go fuzzy to look on it. Is it possible to receive this map in better quality. Also othre maps are vary intereseting but very fuzzy :(

best regards
Asikk

3:54 AM

 
Blogger Asikk said...

Hi, This map look very interesting. But I can read olny the first branch in it, other are not go fuzzy to look on it. Is it possible to receive this map in better quality. Also othre maps are vary intereseting but very fuzzy :(

best regards
Asikk

3:54 AM

 
Blogger Jamie Nast said...

Asikk,

I don't know how to get the larger maps any clearer. So, if someone can help me, I would appreciate it. The other option is that I can send you the actual jpeg file for you to view. That view is definitely readable. Happy to do that if you send me your email.

Jamie

9:14 AM

 

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