michael-panebianco-asymmetric-flapsOn September 4, 2007 I introduced you to pilot Michael Panebianco. He’s back with another example of how idea mapping is helping in training for emergency procedures. The asymmetric flaps map is an abnormal situation he had a few months back. It was the first map he did after buying the Idea Mapping book. He thinks it’s a poor map, but I disagree. If the map solves the problem or meets the purpose — it is a good map. It encompassed all of the things he will review for training. He keeps it for a reminder of where he started in his Idea Mapping journey, and because it is actually complete and useful to him.