Problem Solving - Mind Map Example
A mind map example, showing the effective presentation of problem solving.
By using Mind Maps, you can quickly identify and understand the structure of a problem. You can see the way that pieces of information fit together, as well as record the raw facts contained in normal notes.
Making the main branches questions can often act as an impetus for effective problem solving. The usual questions are Who, What, Where, Why, When and How. By looking at each W on the mind map and extrapolating each one to lower levels of detail, possible solutions begin to emerge. The answers begin to emerge with the details of a problem.
Force unnatural relationships and analogies between elements to get new ideas.
Look for holes or hidden linkages as a means to gain better solutions.
It's a great thinking tool that allows you to identify the components of your problem in a clear, visual manner.
Click here to free download Mind Map Freeware and view the examples. Then you can use the built-in templates to create and present your decision easily and quickly.
Visual Tools for Problem Solving
Here are more visual tools that are helpful for problem solving. By visualizing your ideas, it is easier for you to find out the solutions.