Posted by: pkab | 3 April 2009

Team MindJet Planning Dashboard


By: Zotary

MindManager “Team Mindjet” Planning Dashboard

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We used MindManager to plan our “Team Mindjet” at the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge, in San Francisco, Sept 2007.

Posted by: pkab | 25 March 2009

The Past Simple Tense


By: Ana Todorovic

Hello everybody! I am the dinosaur from the past!

Once upon a time, millions of years ago, long before there were any people, I lived happily with my family. I ate grass and tree leaves, but there were some dinosaurs that ate other animals.

We dominated the Earth for over 165 million years, but mysteriously died out 65 million years ago. In the beginning, we walked on two legs; much later we started walking on four legs. Some of us were very speedy, others were rather slow.

I was a very cheerful and happy dinosaur.

Past Simple Tense Mind Map

Past Simple Tense Mind Map

Read the complete article at TT GROUP.

Posted by: pkab | 25 March 2009

The Present Simple Tense


By: Ana Todorovic

And now, in English! Take a look at the mind map! As you can see, the symbol of Superman is used deliberately. The first idea that came to my mind when I was developing the map was to draw a really eye-catching symbol in the central position so that it can easily be associated with the tense given. Why Superman? The initial S is a really distinctive feature of the Present Simple Tense, since it is added to the verb used with the third person singular. In particular, English-learners will often forget to add –s when they use the Present Simple. The central drawing is here to remind the visual types of learners not to forget the most specific fact concerning the grammatical form. As you can see, the purple branch gives a clear illustration of the positive form of the verb given. The ant here represents plural since ants are numberless insects.

Simple Present Tense Mind Map

Simple Present Tense Mind Map

Read the complete article at TT Group.

Posted by: pkab | 25 March 2009

Learn a language with mind mapping


By: Katarzyna and Mark

Mind mapping

course_21fCreating mind maps or mind mapping is using a paper and pencil to draw out maps of connections between two or more ideas. You can use mind maps to learn a language with grammatical ideas, vocabulary and even conversational ideas such as question and answer. Mind maps look like neurons and dendrites or trees. This is not by coincidence. It is a refection how natural structures create connetion, including your memory. Each person draws a mind map in a different way. Some are clean and orderly others seem to be pure chaos. It does not matter. Your style of mind mapping is your style. You can use colors, pictures or whatever you want to make your mind map beautiful or fun. Read More…

Posted by: pkab | 21 March 2009

Cara Menerapkan 6 Topi Berpikir


How To Apply Six Thinking Hats Mind Map

How To Apply Six Thinking Hats Mind Map

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Seberapa seringkah kita mendengar pertanyaan dari Boss besar: Bagaimana situasi kita saat ini?Apakah masih aman terkendali dalam n bulan (atau minggu) ke depan? Apakah kita masih bisa memimpin? Atau kita sudah tersalip oleh pesaing kita? Seberapa jauh jarak antara kita dengan para pesaing? Apa lagi yang bisa kita tingkatkan lagi? Apakah ada inovasi yang baru?

Pertanyaan-pertanyaan itu sangat-sungguh-amat-penting-sekali Apalagi kalau dalam situasi yang kritis karena tergerus oleh perubahan global yang semakin sengit dan hyper-competitive. Teknik Berpikir 6 Topi adalah salah satu cara untuk menggambarkan situasi saat ini untuk menjelaskan permasalahan yang perlu diusahakan jalan keluarnya.

Tahukah anda bahwa setiap pagi para eksekutif dari 85% perusahaan yang termasuk Fortune 100 (yaitu daftar perusahaan yang memiliki pendapatan terbesar sedunia) mengadakan brainstorming dengan menggunakan MindJet MindManager agar mereka bisa tetap dalam daftar tersebut? Bagaimana dengan perusahaan anda?

Posted by: pkab | 19 March 2009

Creativity & Innovation


By: Iain Chalmers
Managing Director of The Holst Group.

The biggest challenge when looking at creativity and innovation is understanding the difference between the two. It is such a misunderstood area that even business leaders have trouble distinguishing between the two.

One of the rising stars of Indian business, Nandan Nilekani, president, CEO, and managing director of Infosys Technologies, recently spoke about the need for Innovation at the WEP in Davos.

He spoke about two two things to create an innovative culture:

  1. Innovation requires diversity. You need to bring together different kinds of people to get new ideas.
  2. Innovation requires borderless thinking.

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