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A Mind-Map View of the BA Decision Focus Argument

I use mind-maps in my day-to-day business analysis work, and I use them more often when exploring subjects I want to write about in a blog post.  So it should come as no surprise that I built a mind-map for my recent article The Role of the Business Analyst – It’s Time for a New Perspective.  And I have continued to expand on it and I continue to think about my perspective on the subject.

Given that, I figured some of you who are not as familiar with mind-maps might find it interesting to see the mind-map I have been working with (updated as of today) and maybe get some ideas how you might use them for your own needs (either professional or personal).  I am currently using the MindMaple ‘Lite’ software, but you can find links to it and several other mind-mapping packages on the Mind-Mapping Software page of the wiki.

Here is the mind-map.  Click the image to see a larger version.

A mind-map view of my argument for BA's to take a decision-focus.

As always, comments and feedback are appreciated.