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Mind Mapping in Project Management

The advantages of Mind Maps in project management applications

Classic Mind Mapping with pen and paper grants you the most freedom to artistically design your Mind Map. Although, having established your workflow, for many good reasons you might want to start using suitable Mind Mapping software. This article explains how to apply Mind Maps to project management and why it is a good idea to use a dedicated project management application with built-in Mind Mapping.

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5 Questions about project management
to Falk Schmidt

Coffee Talk

Before we leave the office for the weekend, we stop for a quick coffee talk with our project management colleagues to chat about their best practices. Well, not literally, but that's how we designed our interview series "5 questions about project management". To be fast, intense and refreshing like a good cup of coffee.

Today we talk to Falk Schmidt, project management consultant and innovation coach. For more than 20 years he has accompanied companies in the implementation of digitisation projects, since 2011 with his own company. He passes on his experience as a coach to young project managers.

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Posted by Frank Blome on August 24th, 2018 under Project Management
Tags: 5Questions project management

The 7 stages of the Group Mind Mapping process

How to devise your project comprehensively and clearly

This article deals with the development of a Group Mind Map with the Mind Mapping method according to Tony Buzan. Creating Group Mind Maps enables gathered individuals to pool and augment their unique creative skills. For example, you may employ Group Mind Maps to analyze and solve problems as a group, to plan and undertake projects. Specifically we will go into group project management.

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Posted by Julia Meiling on August 23rd, 2018 under Project Management
Tags: mind mapping mind map software

Project Management with a bit of Magic!

Merlin Project combines traditional methods with Kanban.