WallStreet Scandals

By: Mark Poyser Background: The diagrams you see here are the work of Mark Poyser, who started out in 2000 creating cartoons about the hi-jinks in the stock market. This was a time when the bubble was breaking, and so there were lots of crazy things going on. The cartoons could be seen at the…

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Inside the SV Investing World of Ron Conway: Maps, Trends, & Clusters

By: Dean Krikorian Alerted by a Venture Beat post, I decided to investigate the Silicon Valley investing world of super-angel Ron Conway. The results are various map types (Relational Investment, Investor, Company); Trends (Back-of-the-envelope statistics using the Map Options/Node Content features of LinkSViewer 1.2); and basic network analysis. Relational Map and Analysis First, I examined…

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Concept Mapping—A Learning Tool for the Information Systems Audit Profession

By Kristine M. Protzman and Vasant Raval, CISA, DBA Volume 3, 2006 Continuous professional education is a requirement for information systems (IS) auditors. Information technology keeps changing, and its applications in today’s virtual environment are becoming more complex. Changes in the technology and its applications require an assessment of new risk exposures and attendant controls…

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Accounting 501

By: Jamie Nast I (Jamie) received this map from Jennifer Webb right after she attended my 2-day Idea Mapping Workshop. She used this map to study for her final exam in her Masters Accounting class at U of M. For more mapping examples see www.ideamappingsuccess.com and www.ideamapping.blogspot.com. Source: Mappio

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