As a member of a project team, you have probably participated in brainstorming sessions. But what do you do with your brainstorming results? Do you record them on flip charts or a whiteboard and then copy them into a document later? A different approach is to use Visio 2010 to create a brainstorming diagram that records your team's free associative thinking process and results. Besides documenting results, you can also diagram relationships between ideas, and show dependencies. Later on, you can send the diagram in an e-mail message or import it into Microsoft Word to include comments and explanations.
Need a clearer understanding of an important business process? With Visio 2010 you can take a fresh look at the process in a way that helps make sense of it all. By visually mapping your process steps and relationships in as much detail as you need, you and your team can zero in on what's working and what's not. Using a flowchart, you can more easily see where important steps might be missing, and recognize ways to make every step of the process more efficient. This short course will show you how to make the most of your project team's hard work.
Prerequisite: Completion of Visio 2010 or Level 1, or equivalent knowledge