The final phase in wrapping up a brainstorm – Verify – means ensuring the ideas do what you need them to do. There are three steps. 1. Re-review the central problem[…]
A great article by Mike Brown from Brainzooming in the USA, this post outlines the 10 signs to look for to know if your brainstorm is finished. Here’s the link[…]
One of the important phases of wrapping up a brainstorm to an efficient close is “amplifying” the average, mediocre and half-ideas together, to create a better idea. First, clean-up the[…]
There’s more to finishing a brainstorm than simply calling the meeting to an end. The last 15-20 minutes should be devoted to wrapping up a brainstorm in three parallel steps. […]
Here are some examples of suggested creative criteria to use when selecting the best ideas as you begin wrapping up a brainstorm. By no means a definitive list, use the points[…]
Unlike any other scientific measurement (a barometer, Richter Scale, yard stick, speedometer, glucose monitor or density index), creativity and its output – ideas – have no standardised basis of measurement. Since[…]
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