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Created:almost 13 years ago
Activity:about 2 years ago
Brainstorming Tips: Focus on generating a high quantity of ideas. Don't judge ideas. Invite other people to add ideas.
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put college knowledge behind vauling the ideas. Personal, people should get paid for ideas.
Get someone like me to come in and facilitate your creativity and assessment sessions!
Vote entirely separately to idea generation - judgement kills creativity. The thing I dislike most about Brainreactions is the "Good Idea" button being on the same page as the "Add idea" button. This is called virtual peer pressure.
Whatever you do, offer open honest feedback to soemone whose idea has been canned. Most peole can live with a decision if there is a reasoned case for the knock back, but if you just kill something silently seeds of dicontent are sown.
Six hats thinking for detailed assessment of ideas that have already made it through your primary filtering mechanisms.
Ideas should be prioritised agianst your strategic aims - if an idea takes you off in a direction you don't want business to go, then even if it's a great idea it's notthe right one for you.
Pragmatically, cull a large list down to manageable proportions by silent n/10 voting. The objective is to reduce a large list, say 100 ideas down to 10 worth closer consideration.
A simple Effort-Impact grid. If it's High-Low don't do it. If it's Low-High do it. If it's in-between find out more before you make a decision.
a range from 1 to 5
Consider the pros and cons of each idea. There's no such thing as a bad idea. There's always a kernel of inspiration in each one. If there must be a vote, whichever has fewer cons, wins. In the event of a tie, turn those ideas into a revised brainstorming session.
use brainreactions!