Brainstorming to Empty the Box


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Brainstorming to Empty the Box
1010204 Brainstorming to Empty the BoxIn this chapter you will learn the process of using sticky notes to "empty the box" of ideas by brainstorming to exhaustion. Give this process a try just once, and you will never go back to the old way of writing the ideas on a flip chart again.As described in Chapter 3, we have found overwhelming evidence that allowing individuals to think and record their ideas before sharing them greatly increases the quantity and avoids groupthink, in which everyone thinks down the same path because it is under discussion. That's why, in the following activity, we ask that participants first write…
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Charles Prather, Ph.D.: Manager's Guide to Fostering Innovation and Creativity in Teams. Brainstorming to Empty the Box, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export