If you haven’t ever used or even heard of a Mind Map before, you’re probably thinking it involves a crystal ball, constellations, and a woman dressed like a gypsy, spouting enigmatic observations about cloud formations and migrating geese.
But a Mind Map for a PowerPoint presentation does not necessarily mean a Mystic Meg-style prediction malarkey where the map will predict sales figures instead of conjuring visions of dark strangers crossing the seven seas to come look for you.
A Mind Map is a diagram that helps to connect words, ideas, and tasks to a single theme or keyword. Mind Maps can be very useful in creating, structuring and streamlining ideas during a brainstorming session or while attempting rational analysis. When it comes to decision making, Mind Maps can be a a very critical tool.
24point0’s Mind Map gives the basic outline for users to fill in details of a brainstorming or ideation session. The diagram can be easily modified and tailored to suit varied purposes.
Our Mind Map may not exactly be the Pre Cog in Minority Report, but it will do the job quite nicely when it comes to helping organize and collate the ideas generated by a group of business consultants. The diagram has basic symbols and shapes which are versatile and adaptable for a range of purposes. Multiple links and more complexity can be brought into show the interconnections among the ideas generated.
So when you’re searching for the next great idea, dump the crystal balls and tell the fortune teller to mothball her star-covered cloak. Our Mind Maps are more practical and don’t rely on what are after all, giant balls of gas.