Goal of Achievement or GOA:
Developing a simple process that anyone can use who is familiar with 6 Hat Thinking to do group mind mapping.
Simple mapping to start with and build a gradient to increase complexity with simplicity in mind.
Ah, sweet paradox isn't it?
I am in communication with some motivated people (2 women) who are not yet familiar with mind mapping nor the 6 Hats.
How would I start to work with them in this kind of digital canvas?
Working with Luis was an interesting experience that showed me new changeless.
Interestingly when the first SharePoint server based cooperative mapping came out about 4 years ago or so (Version 8 in MindManager) I had a customer (Lady also) who was very motivated to learn it and for about 6 months we did share create many maps together on line. She knew nothing about mapping and by the time we departed, she was as good of a user of MindManager as I was.
I was hoping to pick it up form there with Luis but we actually got bugged down with too many technicalities. The moral of the story is that it is easier to start with someone who knows nothing about mapping than try to synchronize two different styles. Yet, Luis and I did not give up and we are still searching for ways to make use of the collaborative options of group thinking tools.
So, you fellow DBS member, how are you doing with mind mapping? Isn't the Six Hat Thinking is built on creating thinking Maps? If so, where are your maps? How is your skill to work with others mapping out solutions? Since my couple of months participation here, I am only getting one or two mapping related response and only one active participation to do actual map work.
How do you keep your skill sharp if you are not mapping?
Or all of you out there are mapping just not sharing?
Is there a poll here to see the stats on these questions?
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