Management

MindManager Won't Think for You - But it Helps

26 Jun, 2006 By: Kenneth Wong

Mind-mapping tool enhances collaboration for business planning, project brainstorming, design what-ifs and more


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Can you read somebody's mind? Probably not -- that is, not unless the thinker happens to own a copy of MindManager from Mindjet and is putting it to good use. To borrow its makers' words, it "transforms brainstorming ideas, strategic thinking and business information into blueprints for action." So it becomes possible for others to scrutinize the thought process, the flow of ideas that might lead to an outline for a project, a concept for a product or a killer business plan. But you're not limited to reading others' ideas only. You can also preserve your own thoughts.  Read more >>p>

 

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