Here’s our latest installment of tools you might want to use to make risk management tasks easier and more effective.
Mind mapping is useful for tracking the achievement of goals and identifying opportunities. There are a lot of great tools out there to help you get started building your mind maps. For product reviews on some of these tools listed below, check out sites like PCmag and CNET.
Mindjet is great for mind mapping but can also be considered a project management tool. According to this article in PR Newswire, Mindjet as been voted the #1 User’s Choice for mind mapping software in Biggerplate’s 2015 Global Mind Map Survey. You can try it for free.
MindNode is a simple app made specifically for Mac users. Sharing is easy with the ability to export as a PDF and as a Freemind project. It’s also simple to use and designed to work well on touch devises. MindNode is $20 for the Mac app, and $10 for the iPhone/iPad app.