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Mind maps improve the way we record information in ways that enhance creative problem solving.

Mind maps improve the way we record information in ways that enhance creative problem solving.

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    • The views expressed in this presentation are the views of the author/s and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian Development Bank, or its Board of Governors, or the governments they represent. ADB does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this presentation and accepts no responsibility for any consequence of their use. The countries listed in this presentation do not imply any view on ADB's part as to sovereignty or independent status or necessarily conform to ADB's terminology. A Guide to Mind Maps Olivier Serrat 2014
    • Thinking as a Skill Intelligence is a potential, and thinking is the operating skill through which it acts upon experience. Outside highly technical matters, perception is the most important part of thinking. If most errors of thinking are errors of perception— that being colored by emotions and values—thinking as a skill can be improved by practice and education.
    • Sundry Tools for the Job Numerous straightforward yet powerful tools encourage creativity and flexibility, and help optimize different styles of reasoning (including analyzing, integrating, planning, and problem solving). They include APC (A stands for Alternatives, P for Possibilities, and C for Choices), OPV (Other People's Views), PMI (P stands for Plus—the good points, M for Minus—the bad points, and I for Interesting—the interesting points), brainstorming, lateral thinking, and mind maps.
    • Of Mind Maps We usually write notes as sentences that we break into paragraphs, lists, or bullet points. In lieu of the list format conventionally relied upon to take notes, a mind map structures information visually: it develops from a single word (or short text), placed in the center of a sheet of paper, to which associated information is added in the form of sub-branches.
    • The Mind Mapping Process The process of drawing a mind map can be described in a few steps: (i) start at the center of a page (rather than from its top- left corner), (ii) adopt an open, creative attitude, (iii) associate and link keywords and images freely, (iv) think fast, (v) break black-and-white boundaries with different colors and styles, (vi) do not judge, (vii) keep moving, and (viii) allow gradual organization by adding relationships and connections.
    • The Mind Map Advantage Mind maps are compact, with no unnecessary words; easy to draw; very flexible; and can summarize pages of information. Mind maps help identify gaps in information and shine clarity on important issues. The visual quality of mind maps allows users to identify, clarify, classify, summarize, consolidate, highlight, and present the structural elements of a subject more simply than with a standard set of notes. (It also assists review.)
    • The Mind Map Advantage Mind maps facilitate recall because the clear association and linking of ideas mirrors the way the brain works— keywords and images are remembered with lesser effort than linear notes. The process of drawing a mind map is more interesting and entertaining than writing a report, or drafting a standard chart or table.
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Learning for Change in ADB. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/learning- change-adb, pp. 26–27.
    • Further Reading • ADB. 2008. The Reframing Matrix. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/reframing-matrix • ADB. 2009. The Five Whys Technique. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/five-whys-technique • ADB. 2009. The SCAMPER Technique. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/scamper-technique • ADB. 2009. Drawing Mind Maps. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/drawing-mind-maps • ADB. 2009. Wearing Six Thinking Hats. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/wearing-six-thinking-hats • ADB. 2009. Learning for Change in ADB. Manila. Available: www.adb.org/publications/learning-change-adb
    • Videos • ADB. 2012. The Critical Incident Technique. Manila. Available: vimeo.com/67185516 • ADB. 2012. The Five Whys Technique. Manila. Available: vimeo.com/67185517 • ADB. 2012. The Reframing Matrix. Manila. Available: vimeo.com/67186254
    • Olivier Serrat Principal Knowledge Management Specialist Regional and Sustainable Development Department Asian Development Bank knowledge@adb.org www.adb.org/knowledge-management www.facebook.com/adbknowledgesolutions www.scribd.com/knowledge_solutions www.twitter.com/adbknowledge