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Problem-Solving Tools: Classic Brainstorming

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You'll practice identifying keys to successful brainstorming.

Created Date 06.16.15
Last Updated 06.16.15
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Topics of this game:
  • What's the purpose of using a brainstorming tool?
  • What kinds of brainstormed ideas should you use?
  • How many people should be in a brainstorming session?
  • When the contributions to a brainstorming session start to slow down, what can the facilitator do to stimulate more ideas?
  • Which is better, a fast brainstorming session or a slow one?
  • What kind of environment works best for brainstorming sessions?
  • What should you do if someone in a brainstorming session starts to throw out wild and extravagant ideas?
  • Why do some brainstorming groups start laughing or get silly and loud?
  • What's the best way of organizing the brainstormed list at the end of the session?
  • Are there other types of brainstorming?