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OBASHI Mindmap explaining OBASHI Methodology

Link to mindmap explaining OBASHI Methodology: OBASHI Mindmap

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Comment by Andrei Hawke on April 16, 2014 at 0:18

Great Summary of the OBASHI methodology

Comment by Fergus Cloughley on April 29, 2014 at 15:12

Miroslaw,

Thank you for taking the time to create an OBASHI Mindmap.

As you know we are big on clarity here and we love the way you have laid out the different aspects of OBASHI.

We've shown it to a few people and it has helped them quickly understand the breadth and depth of the methodology.  It is a very good training aid, perhaps some of the other OBASHI Trainers would welcome the opportunity to create one in their own language.

I'll drop you a line soon.

Thanks again,

Fergus

Comment by Andrei Hawke on April 30, 2014 at 4:30

Hi Miroslaw

It maybe a good idea to add the RGB values to the colour section as well. I needed to convert them for a visio diagram so here is what I got

Owner:
R: 213 G: 183 B: 225

Business Process:
R: 232 G: 214 B: 227

Application:
R: 255 G:176 B: 183

System:
R: 196 G: 216 B: 229

Hardware
R: 238 G: 200 B: 46

Hardware - Server
R: 255 G: 216 B: 229

Infrastructure:
R: 171 G: 222 B: 190

Comment by Mirosław Dąbrowski on May 12, 2014 at 11:05

Hi Andrei,

thanks for feedback! I've added RBG colors to mind map and uploaded new OBASHI colour standards image with new column - RGB. Appreciate your feedback!

Newest changes in mind map:

- added RGB colours (above-mentioned)

- OBASHI® Project Lifecycle was exteded with further details

- OBASHI® Official resources were extended with further details like LinkedIn group, Twitter, THINK forum etc.

- in general map received cross connectiong between different map leafs using green arrows to help in cognitive thinking and "connecting the dots".

Comment by Mirosław Dąbrowski on May 12, 2014 at 11:08

Hi Fergus,

thanks for feedback! Creating map in different languages it seems to me a good idea!

Comment by CHAPPERS on August 24, 2015 at 13:29

I have a visio 2010 OBASHI shapes file that I use if you wish to include on the obashi mindmaps page.

Includes the areas and swimlanes.

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