Mind mapping lecture by Professor Shashank Mehta.
Why mind map is important after finalisation of any problem statement and before Devising solution to that problem.
How mind maps help us to take proper decisions over what is the real problem to look into.
Is there any immediate problem that needs to be look into before the problem that the team is trying to solve.
Who are the STAKEHOLDERS.
What impact do the stakeholders create on the existing problem and its methodology and what changes they will be facing after any newly devised technique.
What IMPACT does this new technology will have on the stakeholders.
Example: Water less toilets will be having different impact on the user using it and the industry involved in manufacturing and selling it.
EXPECTATIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS WHEN THEIR OLD METHODOLOGY WILL BE CHANGED BY A NEW ONE.
TECHNOLOGIES: What technology is being used by the existing methodology and what enhancements or simpler designs can be incorporated in the new one.
PROCESSES: What processes are used in the current scenario and what will be used in the technique to be adapted.