Concept map of ( Datafied society, Digital transformation, and Change management

In order to full fill the assignment for my Master’s program subject “Data-Driven Decision making”, we have been assigned to create a mind map and find the connections between Datafied Society, Digital Transformation, and Change Management.

I have reviewed many articles and websites and come up with the following mind maps.

the aim of this assignment was, “Identify the other important concepts based on the central concepts and point out the relationships between the concepts”

why concept map ?

A concept map is a visualization technique that can be used to structure knowledge and present meanings between concepts in the form of a network or graph. A concept map consists of concepts that are located inside circles or boxes and are connected by lines. The words or phrases above the lines connecting the concepts characterize the relationship between the concepts. For the most part, terms are denoted by single words, although sometimes symbols (such as “+” or “%”) are also used; sometimes more than one word is used. Concept maps are tools for knowledge modeling.

Sirje Virkus

Tools used:

Based on the suggestion provided by our respected Lecturer “Sirje Virkus”, I have used the tool which was really powerful, and easily I could draw all my concepts in the shape of a concept map.


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