Intelligent Visual Mapping As a Systematic Framework for Business Success
October 2-3, 2008
College of St. Elizabeth
Morristown, New Jersey, USA
This one-and-a-half day event focuses on the business and academic applications of mind mapping, concept mapping and flow charting. The speakers include Chuck Frey, author of the Mind Mapping Software Blog, Stephanie Diamond, Arjen Ter Hoeve, Wallace Tait, Kyle McFarlin, and Adam Clayman. Click here to register.
Mind Mapping for Teams
July 17th 2008
Tower Hotel, 12th Floor
St Katherine’s Way,
London E1W 1LD, England
This free workshop focuses on the application of MindManager software in teams and is aimed at team leaders and managers who want to deploy visualisation within their teams. Speakers include Dr. Ian Corner, Peter Urey, Alan G, Brown and Yours Truly. There are two 2-hour sessions so you can choose morning or afternoon attendance. Click here to register. I look forward to meeting you there!
New comparison chart of Web-based Mind Mapping tools
Published by Chuck Frey, this detailed and extensive chart compares 60 features of the top Web-based mind mapping tools. If you are interested in Web-based mind mapping software, this will save you a lot of research. I'm sure that when Mindjet's Web client is out of beta, Chuck will add it to this useful resource.
And last but by no means least...
Eric Mack launches preview of eProductivity for Lotus Notes
After one of the best-managed beta trials I have ever witnessed, Eric Mack has launched the preview of eProductivity for Lotus Notes, a GTD implementation for Notes from someone with a unique and world-class knowledge of both. Gyronix are supplying GyroQ for eProductivity as a component of this system, allowing you to capture and send ideas, actions and more straight into Notes from a pop-up window. If you are a Lotus Notes user and intrigued by the possibility of getting your e-mail inbox to empty every day, then grab one of these preview places fast, before they disappear.