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April 09, 2007

Mindmapping as a tool for assignments

Bryan is a senior manager who recently qualified as an MBA. During the course, he was given a very tough assignment - to analyze the business opportunities and related ethical considerations arising from cancer in society

See also:
  • Using Mind Mapping to plan an Assignment
  • Tool Helps Map Out Complex Subjects
  • Google for more and much more

    PS. Thanks to Roy Grubb for the mapping info., and about ways that add fun to the learning process.

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