Brainstorming Workbook

A well facilitated brainstorming session can produce up to 30 times as many ideas as an unfacilitated or poorly facilitated brainstorming session. This workbook accompanies our Brainstorming Best Practices Guide where you'll find the theory and research behind this workbook.

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Table of Contents

  • Quick Introduction
  • Planning
    • Step 1: How to write a great problem solving question
  • Facilitating
    • Step 2: Create an agenda and distinct phases
  • After the Session
    • Step 3: Closing out the brainstorming session
  • Brainstorming for a More Engaged and Committed Team
    • Habitual Challenges
    • Continuous Challenges
    • Project Based Challenges

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