Recyling, Remanufacturing, Reuse (RRR) in Nature
Duration: 4 hours
Target Audience: Engineers, product designers, R&D managers, corporate heads
Human brain is the most complex organ in the entire universe. It is about 1.5 kg in weight, has 100 billion neurons, and 40 quadrillion connections. It generates more number of thoughts than the number of elementary particles in the universe. These thoughts constitute what we call mind, though, there is no agreed up on scientific definition of the human mind.
In order to appreciate the brain, first, we must know its capabilities: Signal rate from the senses and internal bodily processes may be about 100 GHz. But, the processing speed of the brain is much more, about 12.5x10 6 GHz. The memory size of the brain is one million GB. That’s why it can store all important data of a life time, without any need for upgrades. It makes about 20,000 decisions and writes about 550,000 programs to execute our actions each day. The number of thoughts that pass through the brain are more than the number of elementary particles in the universe. The brain’s capabilities are unlimited .
Life demands planning, study, execution in all walks of life. A child has to study at least 50-feet stack of books for about 15 years, from age 5 to 20, in order to find a job, and study continually in order to keep expanding his or her skill set as the technology advances.
Information is exploding and is doubling every 5 years or so. We are constantly bombarded by facts, data, and information and new technologies. We need tools to study, plan, execute with efficiency and speed without sacrificing quality. Mind Manager is one such tool to help us in all endeavors of life.
Mind Manager is a software from www.mindjet.com that helps organize information in a visual way that makes it easy in studying, planning, organizing, designing, executing and follow-up. This software costs about $300.
Outline of Lecture
This session will cover:
- Capabilities of the human brain.
- Introduction to Mind Manager Software.
- Advantages of visual thinking.
- How to accomplish more in less time without sacrificing quality.
- How to use Mind Manager in: Studying, planning, and executing, with illustrated situations.
- Situations: Studying a concept, Preparing for an interview, Planning a meeting or a function, Preparing a project, Understanding a complex phenomenon, Preparing an organization chart, and others