Biggerplate Unplugged 2016

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Biggerplate Unplugged 2016 by Mind Map: Biggerplate Unplugged 2016

1. Interactive Workshop: Draw Your Big Ideas (Nora Herting @ ImageThink)

1.1. Graphic recording

1.1.1. Listening

1.1.2. Synthesizing

1.1.3. Visualizing

1.2. Picturing big ideas

1.2.1. Active engagement

1.2.2. Ignite creativity

1.2.3. Grow business

1.3. Visual thinking to improve brain power

1.3.1. Increase your memory

1.3.1.1. Doodling

1.3.1.2. Increase recall by 30%

1.3.1.3. Keeping brain active

1.3.2. Have more creative & complex ideas

1.3.2.1. Make use of entire brain

1.3.2.2. Free association

1.3.3. Manage & prioritize better

1.3.4. Communicate emotions

1.3.4.1. Faces

1.4. Draw your big idea

1.5. Group activity

2. Liam Hughes @ Biggerplate - Welcome to BPUN16

2.1. Getting to think visually

2.2. Knowledge puzzle

2.2.1. No box

2.2.2. No visual cues

2.2.3. Trying to build a picture

2.3. Mind mapping

2.3.1. Useful tool

2.3.1.1. Planning

2.3.1.2. Brainstorming

2.3.2. Benefits

2.3.2.1. Ideas

2.3.2.2. Visual

2.3.3. Issues?

2.3.3.1. Credibility?

2.3.3.2. Incorrect positioning?

2.3.3.3. Misconceptions?

2.3.4. Potential solutions

2.3.4.1. Knowledge workers need solutions

2.3.4.2. Practical benefits and uses

2.3.4.3. Positive impacts

2.3.4.4. Normal people

2.3.4.5. Normal jobs

2.4. Biggerplate 3.0

2.4.1. Connecting community

2.4.2. Development areas

2.4.2.1. Students

2.4.2.2. Startups

2.4.2.3. Sustainability

2.5. Mindset

2.5.1. Collaboration

2.5.2. Innovation

2.5.3. Improvement

2.5.4. Ideas

3. Toni Krasnic @ Concise Learning - From Collecting Dots to Connecting Dots

3.1. Link to full presentation

4. Dr. Pablo Buitron @ Boston Medical - Mind mapping for tomorrow's doctors

4.1. Medical education

4.1.1. Overwhelming

4.1.2. Mind maps to help medical students unlock full learning potential

4.1.3. Principles

4.1.3.1. Cognitive load

4.1.3.1.1. Limit size of mind maps so they're not overwhelming

4.1.3.2. Testing

4.1.3.2.1. Much more effective than rereading

4.1.3.3. Mind maps vs. concept maps

4.2. Patient care

4.2.1. Patients' understanding is different from that of patients

4.2.2. Health mind maping

4.2.2.1. Patient mind mapping of their understanding

4.2.2.2. Uses

4.2.2.2.1. Communication

4.2.2.2.2. Education

4.2.2.2.3. Navigation

4.2.2.2.4. Empowerment

4.2.3. Ongoing research

4.2.3.1. Training facilitators

4.2.3.2. Recruiting patients

4.2.3.3. Videotaping patients

4.2.3.4. Interviewing patients

4.2.3.4.1. Why is this happening to you?

4.2.3.4.2. My health mind map

4.2.3.4.3. What was your experience?

4.2.3.4.4. What will you do with the mind map?

5. Madeleine Philippe @ Universite Saint-Louis Bruxelles - Lifelong thinking and learning skills for tomorrow's knowledge workers

5.1. Maptelling

5.2. Statue of Liberty

5.2.1. Enlightening

5.2.1.1. Students

5.2.1.2. Knowledge workers

5.2.1.3. Empowerment

5.2.1.3.1. Learning tools

5.2.1.3.2. Thinking skills

5.2.2. The world

5.2.2.1. Global & local

5.2.2.2. Connections

5.2.2.3. Networks

5.2.3. Liberty

5.2.3.1. Augmented student

5.2.3.2. Linear teaching

5.2.3.3. Sustainable learning & thinking tools

6. Stephanie Diamond @ Visual Marketing Revolution - Developing marketing strategies using mind maps

6.1. Instant content wheel

6.1.1. Avatars (personas)

6.1.1.1. Who is my ideal customer?

6.1.1.2. What are they interested in?

6.1.2. Buyer's journey

6.1.2.1. 1. Awareness

6.1.2.1.1. Who are you?

6.1.2.1.2. Trustworthy?

6.1.2.2. 2. Consideration

6.1.2.2.1. What do you offer?

6.1.2.2.2. How will your product help me?

6.1.2.2.3. Value of your product

6.1.2.3. 3. Decision

6.1.2.3.1. I choose you

6.1.2.4. 4. Satisfaction

6.1.2.4.1. Are you taking care of me?

6.1.2.5. 5. Ongoing use

6.1.2.5.1. Should I tell my network about you?

6.1.2.5.2. Ambassadors

6.1.3. Categories

6.1.3.1. Categories of your business

6.1.3.2. Subcategories of your business

6.1.4. Types

6.1.4.1. Videos

6.1.4.2. Diagrams, pictures

6.1.4.3. Worksheet

6.1.4.4. Questions

6.1.4.5. Tutorials

6.1.5. Write!

6.1.6. Headlines

6.1.6.1. headlinr.com

6.2. Content

6.2.1. Value

6.2.2. How to use it

6.2.3. How you're different

6.2.4. Your brand

6.3. Content marketers

6.3.1. Don't know what to write about

6.3.2. Don't have enough time

6.3.3. Can't create enough

7. Roger C. Parker @ Published & Profitable - Mind Mapping for readers and writers

7.1. My journey

7.1.1. From 1 year to write a book to writing a book in a month

7.2. Writer's balancing act

7.2.1. Reader goals

7.2.1.1. Who are your ideal readers?

7.2.1.2. Characteristics?

7.2.1.3. What is their desire to change?

7.2.1.4. Their goals and problems?

7.2.1.5. What are the steps needed to achieve their desired change?

7.2.2. Your goals

7.2.2.1. What is your desire for change?

7.2.2.2. What are your strengths? Weaknesses?

7.2.2.3. Resources

7.2.3. Existing books

7.2.3.1. What books are already available?

7.2.3.2. Competitive advantage

7.2.4. Efficiency

7.2.4.1. What needs to be done?

7.2.4.2. How long will it take?

7.2.4.3. How much time do you have available?

7.2.4.4. How can you create your own "mini-deadlines"?

7.3. 3-step writing planner

7.3.1. What are you writing about?

7.3.2. How can you support your big idea?

7.3.3. What's the next step you want readers to take?

7.4. Publishing success cycle

7.4.1. Planning questions

7.4.2. Writing questions

7.4.3. Promoting questions

7.4.4. Profiting questions

8. Brian Sodl @ Navigator - Mind mapping and the knowledge worker journey

8.1. Organize information

8.1.1. Order and organization

8.2. Stand-up comedy

8.3. Novice to user to evangelist

8.4. Pilot success stories

8.4.1. Proposal development

8.4.2. Collaboration

8.4.3. Work breakdwon structure

8.4.4. Get out of weeds

8.4.5. Develop consensus

8.4.6. Requirements

9. Larry Wolfe @ Boeing - Mind mapping at Boeing

9.1. Mind mapping since 1999

9.1.1. Personal success

9.1.2. Tough sell to management

9.2. Currently mind mapping technical leader with Boeing

9.2.1. Viable user group w/ 650 members

9.2.2. Over 2,000 users

9.2.3. Project management community of excellence

9.2.4. Leadership development center

9.3. Future of MM at Boeing

9.3.1. Develop basic MM skills

9.3.2. Formal software based training

9.3.3. Led by Project Management team

9.3.4. New component in Leadership Development

9.4. Business Value

9.4.1. Complex ROI assessment

9.4.2. Broad base of usage

9.4.3. Project management and Leadership Development Center (LDC) are leading the way

9.4.4. LDC

9.4.4.1. Strategic approach

9.4.4.2. Business simulations and strategic thinking

9.4.4.3. Learning technologies

10. Interactive Workshop: How to market mind mapping?

10.1. Avatar

10.1.1. Who is the target?

10.1.2. Where are they going to be?

10.1.2.1. How can I reach them?

10.1.3. Business

10.1.3.1. Senior executives

10.1.3.2. Marketing managers

10.1.3.3. Employees

10.1.4. Education

10.1.4.1. Leaders

10.1.4.2. PTAs

10.1.5. Medical

10.1.5.1. Patients

10.1.5.2. Chronic patients

10.1.5.3. Mental illnesses

10.2. Buyer's journey

10.2.1. Example: Getting buy-in from senior executives

10.2.2. Awareness

10.2.2.1. Benefits

10.2.2.2. Their problems

10.2.2.3. Case studies

10.2.2.4. Competitors

10.2.2.5. Time & effort

10.2.2.6. Cost

10.2.2.6.1. ROI

10.2.2.6.2. Resources

10.2.3. Consideration

10.2.4. Sale

10.2.5. Ongoing use

10.2.6. Advocates

10.3. Categories

10.3.1. What is mind mapping?

10.3.2. Program applications

10.3.3. Benefits of mind mapping

10.3.4. Learning curve

10.3.5. Security

10.3.6. Support

10.3.7. Tools and templates

10.4. Types

10.4.1. Blogs

10.4.2. Screencast

10.4.3. Mind maps

10.4.4. Videos

10.4.5. Social media

10.4.6. Surveys

10.5. Headlines

10.5.1. Senior executive + category + type

11. Biggerplate Brainstorm, Questions, and Awards