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L'utilisation du Mind-Mapping comme levier pour la créativité

Pour le prochain webinar Business Club, nous sommes ravies d'accueillir Franck Maintenay et sa présentation : L'utilisation du Mind Mapping comme levier pour la créativité .

Face à des situations nouvelles ou de "crise", il est nécessaire de générer des idées également nouvelles: nouvelle organisation, nouveau plan de formation, nouvelle démarche marketing...On a souvent tendance à sous-estimer nos capacités à "trouver

Ask the experts !

As described in one of our previous blogs, we have started a regular series of free, public webinars available for the mind mapping community.

As the leaders of mind mapping, we strive to encourage and enable wider adoption of mind mapping around the world by actively engaging with our member community online and offline. These online, live webinars aim to

The applications of Mind Mapping in Project Status Reporting

Join us for our upcoming Business Club Webinar by one of our members, Mark Pohlmann.

18 April 2017 14:00 - 15:00 (GMT)

With over 21 years of experience, Mark is currently the Managing Director of YellowOrange-IT, a consulting and IT service provider for Core Artificial Intelligence based in Germany. He also worked for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Accenture and

Design Thinking: A Mind Mapping Perspective- Maps now live!

A huge thank you to Marco Ossani for contributing to our Business Club webinar archive, with his fantastic presentation about the uses of mind mapping in Design Thinking. Dr Marco Ossani is a Consultant, Facilitator, Trainer, Coach, Author & Accredited Mind Mapper based in Italy.

In this exclusive Business Club Webinar, Marco presented Design Thinking before demonstrating how mind mapping

Visual mapping for better decisions

We're excited to announce that the next of our Business Club Webinars will be on the theme of Visual Mapping for Better Decisions. Dr Mikko Arevuo (Regent's University) will discuss how visualisation of a decision-problem improves the quality of decision-making processes, especially in group situations.

Visualisation of a decision-problem improves the quality of decision-making processes, especially in group decision-making situations.