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Post-its Plus App

Post-its Plus App
Ideas don’t stop when the meeting ends The Post-it® Plus App takes the momentum from your collaboration sessions and keeps it rolling. Simply capture your notes, organize and then share with everyone. It’s that easy. How does it work? The Post-it® Plus App makes it easy to keep your team moving forward following any collaboration session: Capture your notes Use the app to capture the Post-it® Notes from your work session. Organize your thoughts Arrange, refine and organize the notes on your board — any way you see fit. Share with everyone Share your organized board with your team. Post-it® Plus App Features Discover the benefits that help make the Post-it® Plus App the centerpiece of your workflow: Capture multiple notes Capture up to 50 square Post-it® Notes at a time. Combine groups Collect and combine ideas from across multiple captures. Create digital notes Create entirely new notes to add to your existing boards. Organize your way Group your ideas by thought or simply organize on a grid. Excited? Related:  Tips for Professional developmentMindMapping & BrainStorming

Scrum - The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time - Jeff Sutherland "This book cuts through the jargon and pedagogy and gets to the essence of what makes it work." -–Adam Messinger, CTO, Twitter "Jeff Sutherland succeeds brilliantly." --Eric Ries, New York Times bestselling author of The Lean Startup "Senior leaders should not just read the book—they should do what Sutherland recommends." -–Jeffrey Pfeffer, Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business, co-author of The Knowing-Doing Gap amazon|b&n|iTunes|indiebound Editorial Reviews for Scrum The Art of Doing Twice The Work In Half the Time: As Sutherland explains, this process requires “thought, introspection, honesty, and discipline.” ... --Publishers Weekly The beauty of Scrum is that its principles and strategies can be applied in whole or in part to organize, plan and carry out any project, from implementing a new software program to planning an event or scaling up a young enterprise. --Success Magazine --Booklist "This book contains immense practical value that could be transformative for your company.

S'initier au sketchnoting par l'annotation créative Ce billet vous aidera a développer progressivement votre capacité à créer des sketchnotes à partir d'un texte. L'astuce consiste à placer une étape intermédiaire entre la lecture et le sketchnoting: cette étape s'appelle l'annotation créative.Le sketchnoting, comme les autres techniques de Visual Mapping, stimule la créativité pour mieux assimiler et mémoriser des l'information.L'exemple est reálisé à partir d'un texte du Docteur Srini Pillay, publié dans le blog Harvard Business Review: To Reach Your Goals, Make a Mental Movie. Les 4 étapes sont illustrées et expliquée ci-dessous. 1. Préparation à la prise de note créative La première étape consiste à coller une bande d'environ 10 cm sur la gauche du texte imprimé. 2. Lecture et annotation du texte, après avoir lu le texte et surligné les points qui ont retenu notre attention, nous pouvons commencer l'annotation créative. 3.Passage au sketchnote 4. Aller plus loin

Subscribe to Basecamp today Sketchnotes 101: The Basics of Visual Note-taking Welcome to the second article in the the new Core77 "Sketchnotes Channel" (www.core77.com/sketchnotes) where we'll be exploring the application of visual thinking tools in the worlds of design and creative thinking. So you say you're ready to start sketchnoting. Maybe you're not much of a sketcher but you take a lot of notes, and are interested in making them more meaningful and interesting, but you're afraid your drawings are too crude. For you, it's important to stress that sketchnotes—although they are inherently a visual medium—do not require drawing ability of any kind. Essentially they're about transforming ideas into visual communication; structuring thoughts and giving hierarchy to concepts can be completed with strictly text and a few lines. Maybe you're perpetually drawing and want to try and make your notes more useful and engaging but you are afraid of imposing structure to your normally freeform way of sketching. In the end, it's up to you. So let's get tactical.

Working in Groups - Harvard University Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University | ONLINE DOCUMENT A Note to Faculty and a Quick Guide for Students Ellen Sarkisian, Derek Bok Center Many students have had little experience working in groups in an academic setting. Contents Getting Started is an overview that can be used alone (or together material from the Note to Faculty below on the reasons and benefits of group work). A Note to Faculty Some reasons to ask students to work in groups Asking students to work in small groups allows students to learn interactively. Some benefits of working in groups (even for short periods of time in class) Students who have difficulty talking in class may speak in a small group.More students, overall, have a chance to participate in class.Talking in groups can help overcome the anonymity and passivity of a large class or a class meeting in a poorly designed room.Students who expect to participate actively prepare better for class. Large projects over a period of time References

À la recherche d'un langage universel Comment communiquer ses idées de manière visuelle, simple et compréhensible par tous? Alors que le monde compte plus de 6000 langues parlées, cette question a interpellé de nombreux penseurs visuels . Vous découvrirez ici quelques propositions qui pourront vous inspirer pour mieux transmettre visuellement vos idées. Utiliser des images, des pictogrammes, faires des choix sur les couleurs n'est pas une question de décoration à l'heure de créer des cartes mentales, sketchnotes et autres représentations du Visual Mapping. Le peintre uruguayen Joaquín Torres García (1874-1949) est le fondateur d'un mouvement artistique appelé l'universalisme constructif. Ce répertoire constitue une proposition de langage universel pour les artistes visuels du monde entier. A partir de la célèbre série des Constellations, exécutée au début de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, s'établit le langage pictural et calligraphique de Joan Miró. J'espère que ces réflexions, ces exemples vous donneront des idées.

Stop Thinking and Start Doing: The Power of Practicing More We all have goals that we want to achieve in our lives. These goals may include learning a new language, eating healthier and losing weight, becoming a better parent, saving more money, and so on. It can be easy to assume that the gap between where you are now and where you want to be in the future is caused by a lack of knowledge. This is why we buy courses on how to start a business or how to lose weight fast or how to learn a new language in three months. We assume that if we knew about a better strategy, then we would get better results. We believe that a new result requires new knowledge. What I’m starting to realize, however, is that new knowledge does not necessarily drive new results. It all comes down to the difference between learning and practicing. The Difference Between Learning and Practicing In Thomas Sterner’s book, The Practicing Mind (audiobook), he explains the key difference between practicing and learning. Let’s say your goal is to get stronger and more fit. 1. 2. 3.

Mind mapping pour la gestion de projet Au préalable, il est essentiel de définir la question de départ. (attention à bien identifier le sujet/ question : risque hors sujet / manque de pertinence) Démarche en 6 étapes : Lister en réalisant un brainstorming avec ± 15 mots-clés Valider en sélectionnant les concepts les plus pertinents en enlevant les concepts les moins utiles en vérifiant si d’autres concepts sont à ajouter (Outil possible = Méthode QQOQCP Quoi, Qui, Où, Quand, Comment, Pourquoi) Organiser en regroupant les concepts par catégorie en les hiérarchisant par niveau (général / spécifique) Former des propositions en ajoutant des verbes (cf liste cours précédent) pour créer et qualifier les liens entre les concepts. Prototyper En établissant une version non finalisée de la carte conceptuelle Réviser en réajustant les liens et la disposition des concepts

Press Space or double-click to edit Capture ideas at the speed of thought – using a mind map maker designed to help you focus on your ideas and remove all the distractions while mindmapping. Create unlimited mind maps for free, and store them in the cloud. Your mind maps are available everywhere, instantly, from any device. Brainstorm, create presentations and document outlines with mind maps, and publish your ideas online and to social networks. Get Started Why use MindMup? MindMup is great for individual note-taking, collaborative planning, teamwork and classrooms. 1 Powerful keyboard shortcuts speed up your work 2 Frictionless interface helps you focus 3 Convert maps easily to PDF, PowerPoint, outlines... 4 Publish and share maps online 5 Easily save to Google Drive and manage using Google Apps

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