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PersonalBrain - Supercharge Your Mind

PersonalBrain - Supercharge Your Mind
Know more. Map your mind. There's a lot of connections in your head, but unfortunately sometimes they don't last. With TheBrain, your digital Brain captures all that intelligence for playback just when you need it. Find anything. With TheBrain you're never more than a few seconds away from any piece of digital information. Get more done. Take control by visualizing all your open loops, tasks, and ideas in your Brain. Related:  Outils/tools de mind mapping

DropMind PersonalBrain – Bien plus que la gestion des connaissances N’avez-vous jamais souhaité disposer d’un logiciel qui pourrait vous aider à gérer : vos idéesvos connaissancesvos relations tant personnelles que professionnellesvotre tempsvos fichiers informatiquesvos documents papier (livres, classeurs, folders, feuilles volantes, etc.)vos favoris internetvos projetsmais aussi de faire des sessions de brainstorming, de générer de nouvelles idées……bref, de mieux gérer votre vie Et tout cela au sein d’une base de données commune ? Après de longues recherches, j’ai trouvé la perle rare : PersonalBrain ? J’en avais parlé à demi-mot en conclusion de l’article « Vous avez des difficultés à retrouver vos documents ? Bien plus qu’un logiciel de base de données ou qu’un logiciel de Mind Mapping, PersonalBrain, inventé par Harlan Hugh, fonctionne comme vous pensez. PersonalBrain vous laisse toute liberté pour organiser vos idées et vos informations de la manière qui correspond le mieux à votre méthode de pensée. Les avantages de PersonalBrain Multi-plateforme

Cmap Tools : le logiciel des cartes conceptuelles - Lettres et Cartes Heuristiques LogicielsMarie5 juillet 2008, 12:56 Puisque je parlais des cartes conceptuelles dans mon billet précédent, je me dois de vous présenter le logiciel phare des concept maps, à savoir : Cmap Tools est un logiciel gratuit et anglais, très performant, et totalement orienté vers les carte conceptuelles, même si on peut imaginer le détourner pour faire des cartes heuristiques (les cartes ne seront cependant pas très esthétiques ….). Le logiciel peut être téléchargé ici : Pour vous aider à apprivoiser le logiciel, voici une carte conceptuelle plus qu’utile. Enfin, pour vous donner une idée de qui peut être fait avec Cmap Tools, voici une concept map autour de la notion de « compétence ». Tags : Cartes conceptuelles, cmap tools, concept maps Laisser un commentaire

Forced Relationships, A Fun Brainstorm to Begin the Brand Process | ID University: Brands, Markets & Innovation If my company were an automobile it would be… And then we reached the company founder. He was a bit sheepish as he gave his answer. This is an enjoyable way to begin the brand discussion with a group, using a forced relationship exercise. It generally creates good discussion, and gets participants out of their normal frames of thought. This technique, in various forms, is also known as a Forced Analogy, “How is my problem like a (insert random object).” As I use the exercise, I give the group 2-3 categories drawn from the discussion guide at the bottom of this post. Is your team’s brand thinking in alignment? Years back I conducted a forced relationship exercise with the management team of a young technology start-up. As we went around the room I wrote their answers on a big chart pad. That revelation sparked the next hour of our discussion, as we talked about the mismatch between his perception of where the company was headed compared to his leadership team. idu-forced-relationship

iMindMap People within organisations and educational institutions around the world are already seeing the benefits of iMindMap – start discovering them yourself today. “Your Mind Mapping software has transformed our business & become a part of our cultural DNA.” Wheaton Wealth Partners, USA “iMindMap’s Mind Mapping software is the most creative piece of technology I’ve ever used.” Graham Cullen, Head Teacher, Porchester School, UK “iMindMap helps me immeasurably at work, and keeps me focused managing risks for the international space station.” Trent Keeble, International Space Station, USA “iMindMap is one of the most useful organisational tools that I use on a daily basis. Neil Quiogue, PopCap Games, Ireland “iMindMap gives a professional edge to a creative and fun process. Alison Jones, Accountancy Lecturer, UK “No other Mind Map software affords the ability to quickly gather thoughts, brainstorm, develop and flesh out new ideas. Tom McDermott, UCD Michael Smurfit Business School

Coggle Exobrain Solve creative problems. Visualize your thoughts, find unique connections between words, and push past obvious ideas. Laser beam focus. No settings, formatting options, or distractions. It's just you and your ideas. Access anywhere. Your mind maps live in the cloud so you can access them from anywhere. We are just getting started. We will be adding features and making improvements as we go. Mind map A mind map about educational technology A mind map is a diagram used to visually organize information. A mind map is hierarchical and shows relationships among pieces of the whole.[1] It is often created around a single concept, drawn as an image in the center of a blank page, to which associated representations of ideas such as images, words and parts of words are added. Major ideas are connected directly to the central concept, and other ideas branch out from those major ideas. Mind maps can also be drawn by hand, either as "rough notes" during a lecture, meeting or planning session, for example, or as higher quality pictures when more time is available. Mind maps are considered to be a type of spider diagram.[2] A similar concept in the 1970s was "idea sun bursting".[3] Origins[edit] The semantic network was developed in the late 1950s as a theory to understand human learning and developed further by Allan M. Popularisation of the term "mind map"[edit] Mind map guidelines[edit] Uses[edit]

The Brain Choose your operating system: TheBrain 8 for Mac OS X Mac OS 10.7+1 GHz Intel Processor, 1GB RAM, 100 MB available storage TheBrain 8 for Linux Works on many Linux/Unix variants. Archive format without an installer (For experts only) TheBrain for iOS TheBrain for iOS is a native app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod TouchAccess your Brain on your iOS device, on the Web and from your desktop computer with TheBrain Cloud ServicesLearn more about TheBrain for iOS. TheBrain for Android TheBrain for Android is a native app for Android devices.Access your Brain on your Android device, on the Web and from your desktop computer with TheBrain Cloud ServicesLearn more about TheBrain for Android. How the Free Download Works You get 30 days to try all the features of TheBrain Pro. Getting Started with TheBrain TheBrain 9 Beta Is Available Now

Group concept mapping Group concept mapping is a structured methodology for organizing the ideas of a group on any topic of interest and representing those ideas visually in a series of interrelated maps.[1][2] It is a type of integrative mixed method,[3][4] combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to data collection and analysis. Group concept mapping allows for a collaborative group process with groups of any size, including a broad and diverse array of participants.[1] Since its development in the late 1980s by William M.K. Trochim at Cornell University, it has been applied to various fields and contexts, including community and public health,[5][6][7][8] social work,[9][10] health care,[11] human services,[12][13] and biomedical research and evaluation.[14][15][16] Overview[edit] Process[edit] History[edit] Group concept mapping was developed as a methodology in the late 1980s by William M.K. Uses[edit] Group concept mapping can be used with any group for any topic of interest. References[edit] 1.

Framindmap : Et si on faisait aussi de libres cartes heuristiques en ligne ? Framindmap est un nouveau projet du réseau Framasoft. Il permet de faire de jolies cartes heuristiques directement en ligne à même le navigateur (on parle aussi de carte mentale ou mind map). L’interface est franchement fluide et intuitive[1] Pas d’installation, pas d’inscription, vous voici tout de suite opérationnel(le) ! Contrairement à Framapad ou Framacalc, Framindmap ne permet pas la collaboration sur une même carte. ) pour une utilisation ultérieure. Pour ce qui concerne les usages, Framindmap pourra être utile en situation de brainstorming, prise de notes, formation, classification, structuration d’un projet, etc. Comme d’habitude, il repose sur une solution libre que nous avons adaptée et francisée, en l’occurrence mindmaps, du JavaScript sous licence AGPL v3. -> Découvrir et utiliser Framindmap

6-3-5 Brainwriting 6-3-5 Brainwriting (also known as the 6-3-5 Method, or Method 635) is a group creativity technique used in marketing, advertising, design, writing and product development originally developed by Professor Bernd Rohrbach in 1968.[1] Based on the concept of Brainstorming, the aim of 6-3-5 Brainwriting is to generate 108 new ideas in half an hour. In a similar way to brainstorming, it is not the quality of ideas that matters but the quantity. The technique involves 6 participants who sit in a group and are supervised by a moderator. Each participant thinks up 3 ideas every 5 minutes. Jump up ^ Rohrbach, Bernd: "Kreativ nach Regeln – Methode 635, eine neue Technik zum Lösen von Problemen".

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