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.

2 thoughts on “A Mind-Map View of the BA Decision Focus Argument

    1. Dave Post author

      Thanks for pointing that out. The image is now linked to the original file so that you can view it full size. Appreciate the feedback and ‘bug report’. 🙂

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