Lect 9 brainstorming

Lect 9 brainstorming - Brainstorming Brainstorming Exercise...

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Brainstorming
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Brainstorming Exercise List all the things you can do with a telephone book (2 min). How many ideas did you write down?
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Brainstorming Exercise Get into groups of 4. Prepare a single list of all ideas generated by the group. Add ideas that popped into your head as you were preparing the common list. Mark new ideas from the group session.
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What happened? How many ideas did you have individually? How did that compare to the number of independent ideas in the group? Did you have additional ideas after you heard those of group members? How many? What happened in this exercise?
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Brainstorming A process for developing creative solutions to problems. Focus on a problem and come up with as many solutions as possible. Brainstormers come up with new ideas in a session and spark off of others’ ideas.
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1. Generate as MANY ideas as possible. 2. WILD ideas are welcome. 3. “Hitchhiking” encouraged.
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course ENGI 150 taught by Professor Annsaterbak during the Fall '08 term at Rice.

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