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The “lost art” of Mind Mapping. Liz Sundet. MBA, PMP, CBAP, CSM . Musician: Dog Lover: . Percussion. Piano. Biker: “Throttles, not pedals”. Email: . firstname.lastname@example.org. or . email@example.com. ID: 447774Embed code:
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The “lost art” of Mind MappingSlide2
Liz SundetMBA, PMP, CBAP, CSM Musician: Dog Lover: PercussionPianoBiker: “Throttles, not pedals”Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comFollow on Twitter: @percusn Connect with me on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/pub/liz-sundet-mba-pmp-cbap-csm/17/a36/180/
Maggie Swearingen10 years building websites5 years with SharePointExpertise in: IA, UX, Governance Planning, User Adoption and Taxonomy PlanningEmail: maggie.Swearingen@Protiviti.comFollow on Twitter: @mswearingenConnect with me on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/mswearingen
…not quite a Mind Map
Vulcan Mind Meld
Why is it the lost art:
Few people have heard of it, fewer have used it in a business applicationSlide5
What is Mind MappingWhat are some guidelines around Mind MappingCreate a Mind MapHow to apply Mind Maps to businessDemo – we need an audience guinea pig!
Thru our Mind Meld todaySlide6
First learned Mind Mapping during an MBA classIt fit my learning style by combining a kinesthetic learning (doing learner) with a visual learner in a very creative wayI’ve used it in a variety of ways and get asked often “what are you doing”?
What is Mind MappingGraphic diagram to visually outline informationCreated around a single word or text to which associated ideas, words and concepts are addedCan be drawn by hand or used with softwareAlso called spider diagrams, spidergrams, webs, mind webs, webbing or idea sun burstingVery easy to use and teach others to use it and facilitate use during meetings
Mind Mapping 101Slide8
First popularized by Tony Buzan, a British popular psychology author and TV personality (1970’s series called Use Your Head)Version of a concept map, but a mind map uses one central key word with radiating concepts
Origins of Mind MappingSlide10
Concept Map vs Mind Map
Concept Map vs Mind Map
Buzan suggests the following guidelines for creating mind maps (from Wikipedia)Start in the center with an image of the topic, using at least 3 colors.Use images, symbols, codes, and dimensions throughout your mind map.Select key words and print using upper or lower case letters.Each word/image is best alone and sitting on its own line.The lines should be connected, starting from the central image. The central lines are thicker, organic and thinner as they radiate out from the center.Make the lines the same length as the word/image they support.Use multiple colors throughout the mind map, for visual stimulation and also to encode or group.Develop your own personal style of mind mapping.Use emphasis and show associations in your mind map.Keep the mind map clear by using radial hierarchy, numerical order or outlines to embrace your branches.
Mind Map GuidelinesSlide13
Guidelines Mind Map
Highly creative—but with a systematic purposeWhen doing Mind Mapping, others will be very interested in “what are you doing”Use colors, use shortcuts, use pictures, use txt wrds and anything else that allows you to tell the story in the endStart in center, upper right has 1st idea, then carry thru clockwise to other ideasPractice it!
What I have foundSlide15
SharePoint is highly hierarchicalSharePoint relies on logical relationshipsIt’s a friendly translation from a folder-driven system
Mind Mapping and SharePointSlide16
Items – Documents, Images, Pages, List itemsLists and LibrariesMetadataContent TypesSites
Key Elements of SharePoint IASlide17
350,000 pieces of contentSubset of 65,000600 sitesOne content typeNo managed metadata
The Set UpSlide18
Highly visualVery specificEasy to update/changeExportable in a variety of formats
Why it workedSlide20
Key Questions of Taxonomy Planning
How would someone want to search it?
How is it currently organized? What’s the current folder structure?
How would I want to categorize it?
Who is it for?
Should it be categorized by year or date?
What makes my content special?
Mid-sized organizationPublic facing SharePoint UpgradeHighly-categorized contentSite efficiency depended on faceted search and aggregation
The Set UpSlide22
Common ones are MindMeisterMindJetSimpleMindTotal RecallMindNodeiThoughtsiBrainstormeriMindMap (Tony Buzan’s)
Yes…There’s an app for thatSlide24
Building an Intranet TaxonomySlide25