Tag Archives: Client Engagement

Healthcare Service Improvement with Mind Mapping

With a career spanning over 30 years in healthcare including front line work as an Occupational Therapist and more recently within Lead Service Improvement, Mary Duggan recalls the significance of mind mapping software within her role. Through her years of experience, Mary adapted her tools and approach in order to achieve a more productive and

MindGenius provide Training & Consultancy Services

At MindGenius we could easily just sell you a software package, leave you to it and hope that you start using it to take advantage of its functions and features as soon as possible. However, with many years of experience with a diverse range of global customers, we believe that proper adoption of MindGenius is

Mind Mapping: Definition, Uses and Advantages

Most people have great ideas and equally great thoughts about how they can execute those ideas into  tangible, successful, functional entities that don’t just reside in the mind. However, daily stress, work pressure, or even relaxation can jumble everything up, resulting in a confusing mess that is neither great nor successful in making itself tangible.

How to Use Mind Mapping in Brainstorming and Meetings

Keeping up with brainstorming sessions in the office can be very challenging—especially if your main role is to try to take down every single information that gets thrown around in the drawing room! Taking down notes in meetings and creating reports for all the employees can be a daunting task, and absolutely overwhelming—but not if

MindGenius Pathway to Success

The mantras ring out louder each passing day… “We need to get better at this!” “We must be more efficient in X Y Z!” “We must look at ways to be more productive!” “We need to be more creative and innovative!” …and there are more… In most day-to-day work situations we are usually tasked with

5 Signs Your Project is in Trouble – Part 1

Projects fail for so many reasons and the likelihood for true project success has routinely been documented as being less than 50%. While we can’t generate a list that is comprehensive enough to encompass all possible signs, causes, and reasons for our many project failures – there aren’t enough minutes in the day to do