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Questions On The Mind Mapping

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MIND MAPPING
WIKI ASSESSMENT

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GUY ASHLEY GRIGG
S3551270
S3551270@STUDENT.RMIT.EDU.AU

Lecturer: TERRY BOUTLER

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (EXECUTIVE)

Graduate School of Business and Law

RMIT
Melbourne, Victoria Table of Contents
1 MIND MAPPING 3
1.1 DEFINITION 3
1.2 BENEFITS 3
1.3 RECOMMENDATIONS 4
1.3.1 Engage collaborators 4
1.3.2 Make it visual 4
1.3.3 Look for patterns in the data 4
1.3.4 Extract design criteria 4
1.4 HOW 4
1.4.1 List the assumptions. 5
1.4.2 Present the data 5
1.4.3 Compare and cluster 5
1.4.4 Translate connections and insights into design criteria 5
1.4.5 Create common design criteria. 6
1.5 TRANSITIONING INTO WHAT IF? 6
2 BIBLIOGRAPHY 6

1 Mind Mapping
1.1 Definition
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Armed with these new creative discoveries you can transition to the next stage, the “What if” stage (Liedtka, J. & Ogilvie 2011).
1.2 Benefits
As quoted directly from the website (How to teach mind mapping and how to make a mind map) the authors have listed the following as key benefits when using Mind mapping in the educational environment.
Mind mapping can
• “Help students brainstorm and explore any idea, concept, or problem”
• “Facilitate better understanding of relationships and connections between ideas and concepts”
• “Make it easy to communicate new ideas and thought processes”
• “Allow students to easily recall information”
• “Help students take notes and plan tasks”
• “Make it easy to organize ideas and concepts”
David Kelly who is the founder of IDEO explains that mind maps allow him to associate freely and that it is an excellent tool to prompt you to ask questions, exposing relationships between previously unforseen concepts (Kelley 2006).
Quoted directly from (Kelley 2006) David also goes on to say, “The cool thing is that you allow yourself to follow your inner thoughts, which is different than making a list where you are trying to be complete and deal with data.”
1.2.1 Removes friction
People have different views of reality, but by focusing deep into the core insights using a collaborative Mind map built from the “what is” analysis and then converting the results into key
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