Stakeholder map: the project stakeholders' classification
Identify and classify the stakeholders who have an influence on your project.
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Mindmapping, or mental mapping, is a simple and visual way to organize ideas, by representing and connecting them in a dedicated space. Photos, words, symbols, colors, drawings, everything can be used to convey your message, and to make sure everyone in your business team understands it.
This powerful and creative tool can help improve team meetings, workshops, learning and information retention. On a mindmap, it becomes easier to visualize all the ins and outs of a project in no time, and then faster find the right solutions. Even more, this can help a lot to increase productivity and boost your team's collaboration and creative energy!
If you have already tried to share your ideas visually through mind maps, one of your main conclusions probably would have been that it can quickly get out of control. Too much space on one side, not enough on the other, with 100 sticky notes holding tight in a little square, and threads between ideas crossing in all directions...
Does this ring a bell? In the end, it can even raise doubts about the efficiency of mindmapping in your work, because the after picture looks more confusing than the before. Then, how can you save time and make your group mind mapping sessions clear and logical?
When it's just you and your mindmap, it is easier to represent things in the way you imagine them. But when a project requires to be mapped visually with your team for effective business, you need skills and help to ensure good overall coordination, especially when everyone is not physically together.
To put into perspective all the shared ideas, your mind map needs to be constantly up to date as the group reflection moves forward. And here is how you can make it work with organized, collaborative and accessible mindmaps!
I use Klaxoon to avoid piles of post-it® that come unstuck and you need to put back and copy.
We're sure to capture every idea, and take the time afterwards to sort and organize them into action plans.
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Because there's nothing like actual user feedback
Vladimir Kelava is an Agile Coach at Schneider and he is based in Serbia. He has a technical background and long-standing experience in leading software development teams. His job is about coaching, mentoring and training teams and individuals to work more effectively and productively. He assists them in creating a better work environment and achieving independence and effectiveness through agile and lean principles, values and practices.
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