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How to master communication for global projects

09 Jul 10

Auckland – July 9, 2010 — Mindjet®, the leading provider of software and cloud-based applications for visually organising and managing information and ideas, is sponsoring a free Webinar on ‘Mastering Communication for Global Projects’.

The presenter is Warren Arbuckle, who has spent the past seven years developing business innovation strategies and helping Fortune 500 companies to apply these strategies. He has more than 25 years of executive experience in Japan.

The Webinar, at 1pm AEST on July 21, is derived from Arbuckle’s program, ‘Mastering MindManager™ for Projects’, which is officially approved by the Project Management Institute for its 350,000-plus certified members. Participants will learn three strategies for maximising project communication by setting up a visually intuitive, easily customised Project Dashboard to:

• Break down communication barriers (How to exploit multiple languages to advantage).

• Effectively communicate with project stakeholders (Your management, your client and your team).

• Slash meeting prep time in half (No more PowerPoint!).

Arbuckle says it is possible to slash any meeting prep time in half. Project managers typically spend 3-6 hours a week searching for and prepping data, and his presentation can eliminate the process of digging around for the latest information to present. Instead it will show how to use MindManger to run meetings.

He says: “See how you can leverage MindManager and the Project Dashboard to power up projects, saving time and effort on projects of any size. The need to improve communication and lower risk for project success is greater now than ever before, as resources are severely limited.”

The Webinar is for professionals and those new to project management. Certified PMPs will earn 1 PDU for re-certification from the Project Management Institute.

To participate in the Webinar, use the following link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/141907536

About Mindjet


Mindjet provides productivity software that helps business professionals visually organise and act upon ideas, information and resources to drive productivity, team effectiveness and business innovation. Mindjet products include industry-leading software and online services centered on information mapping, as well as applications that incorporate Mindjet’s innovative visualization technology to improve the usability of leading business applications, including Microsoft SharePoint and Salesforce.com. More than 1.5 people around the world use Mindjet software to clarify thinking, efficiently analyse information, increase team productivity, and make better-informed decisions.

Used by business professionals in 48 of BusinessWeek’s 50 “World’s Most Innovative Companies,” Mindjet solutions dramatically boost productivity and team effectiveness. Surveys across several industries show that Mindjet can increase productivity by up to 25 percent by making meetings, common communications and project management tasks more efficient and effective. Mindjet products are available for free trial or purchase at www.mindjet.com/products/overview, through salesforce.com AppExchange, and through an extensive partner network at www.mindjet.com/community/partners/overview. Mindjet is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.

Mindjet distributors in Australia are: Aquion (sales@aquion.com.au); Mindsystems (www.mindsystems.com); Lifeboat Distribution (www.lifeboatdistribution.com); and PICA Australia (www.pica.com.au). In New Zealand, MindManager is distributed by MindLogik (www.mindlogik.co.nz).

For more information
Cameron Ackbury
 Mindjet

+1.415.229-4426
+1.650 223-4557

Cameron.ackbury@mindjet.com

David Frost

PR Deadlines for Mindjet

+61.2.4341 5021

davidf@prdeadlines.com.au

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