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2.96 - Management in Engineering, Fall 2004 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering Instructors: Professor Jung-Hoon Chun and Professor Alexander d'Arbeloff Brainstorming Lecture 3
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What Is It? A structured approach to generate new ideas – Use collective brain power – Generate, not analyze
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Best Practices • Generate as many ideas as possible • Encourage freewheeling thoughts
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Unformatted text preview: • Do not allow criticism • Allow equal opportunity to participate • Record all ideas • Let the ideas incubate How to Brainstorm? The facilitator describes the topic to the group toward generating ideas that are specific and focused, not broad and general. • Spontaneous • Round-Robin • W r i t t e n Affinity Diagrams A tool used to group/organize information based on key relationships...
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