Valentine’s Day is officially upon us. With people all over the globe sharing their feelings of love and appreciation, we wanted to inspire some too! Today we’re launching a competition – and to be in with a chance to win a free iMindMap 10 Ultimate license worth £149 | $235, you just have to let us know why you love to Mind Map using the hashtag #lovetoMindMap on Facebook or Twitter. Find out more and read the competition terms and conditions after the article below.
Hear from the organisations themselves, from booming start-ups to global heavyweights, how they are using iMindMap to organise and implement projects, set and manage goals, generate ideas and much more. We talked with individuals and teams within four organisations, to find out how they use iMindMap to help their company thrive…
Entrepreneur Toby Fenn created his company, Grad-Asia, to bridge the gap between recently graduated talent in the West with emerging opportunities in the East. iMindMap played an important role in driving task allocation, project planning, collaboration, and in monitoring business activities during the start-up phase. Daily, iMindMap helps Toby to capture and communicate a visually stimulating and detailed overview of all the new client roles to graduates.
The Rocky Mountain Institute is an independent, non-profit organisation with offices across America and in Beijing. Their goal is to create a clean and secure low-carbon future within the commercial building sector. Craig Schiller, an Associate within the company, focuses on scaling energy efficiency. Condensing his thoughts in one accessible place, and keeping his tasks and teams on track, are an essential part of this. When written lists and paper systems failed him, Mr Schiller tried iMindMap. Impressed with how simple and fun iMindMap was to use, he now uses it regularly to gather deadlines, workflows and crucial project information in one location.
The development team at productivity software company, Nitro used iMindMap to help organise and develop the launch of their product; Nitro Pro. The development team toyed with Mind Maps at first by sketching ideas on paper. Their drawings were too simple, and not as polished as they were hoping. Dusan, Nitro’s developer, found that by using iMindMap, he could create not only a more comprehensive, but a more organized and visually pleasing map. Now the team regularly turn to iMindMap, using it as a visual checklist to test their software and ensure they don’t miss any crucial information.
GOAL is a non-governmental and non-political humanitarian organisation, dedicated to ensuring those living in severe poverty have access to their essential needs and rights. Vicky Aken, the agency’s Country Director for Syria, relies on iMindMap to co-ordinate the operations and issues that the agency handle. Day-to-day, iMindMap helps her to consolidate information and organise the weekly responsibilities of every department to ensure they stay on track.
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Special thanks to Rocky Mountain Institute, Grad-Asia, Nitro and GOAL for letting us know how they use iMindMap. If you have a case study that you would like to share with us, we would love to hear from you. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.← Valentine’s Competition: Win a FREE iMindMap 10 Ultimate License 5 reasons iMindMap Ultimate will be your project planning partner →