I have a need to track many different industry consortiums. Each of these organizations has a defined set of information, organized as children below them. Use of outlines makes setting up the children on a new organization (thought) quite easy.
A Simplistic example organization:
XYZ Alliance (thought
- Charter (Child)
- Executive Summary & Abstract
- Membership Agreements
- IP Policy
- Engagement Rules
- Public & Private Review Policy
- Voting Policy
- Members list
- Work Groups...
- etc-many multiple levels deep
The Brain does a good job of allowing rapid access to this information. The Problem however, is that it becomes difficult when there are perhaps 12 to 40 other organizations like the "XYZ Alliance", all with the same children. So, say I'm working on a spec for Bluetooth, which references one from IEEE. Both Bluetooth and IEEE are organization thoughts, but have different IP Policies. I link the Bluetooth Spec to the Bluetooth IP Policy that governs it, but also want to link to the IEEE IP Policy which governs the referenced spec. I create a jump and type in "IP Policy", and see a list showing 40 "IP Policy" items the system found, like this: "IP Policy < Legal".
This gives me no ability to see which one I'm looking for. So far, I have not found a reasonable way to do this in the Brain. Any suggestions or help? The Brain is good at managing data, seems like it must have away to do this.