Yet, why do you solve complex problems at work without a picture of all the aspects of your problem and how they all relate?
There is a place on the graph for every type of activity and the BrainSwarming Graph shows you when you have a solution.
When the top part of the graph connects to the bottom part, then you have a potential solution. You have found a sequence of interactions involving your resources (and their features) that accomplish your goal.
You don't have to remember all the details of your problem! It is all there in front of your eyes in one glance.
You don't have to write a detailed report for your colleagues about all of your ideas. You just show them the BrainSwarming Graph and narrate briefly how all of the details so far considered fit together. They can then add their own ideas to the graph you have already built.
Contact Dr. Tony McCaffrey (firstname.lastname@example.org) to start your team on BrainSwarming Graphs.