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10 Steps for Effective Brainstorming Karen Kolasinski Rachel McFarlane Tim Pattinson Danielle Sharp
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Introduction Why is brainstorming important? Means for problem-solving Opportunity for employee interaction How does ineffective brainstorming harm a company? Wastes time Negative employee interaction
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Step One: Determine the Issue Pinpoint a problem that's affecting the progress of your company Determine why it's a problem Determine how long you have to solve the problem
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Step Two: Test Personalities Pass out surveys with explanations Explain to employees why they're taking them Describe the current issue
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Step Three: Research Methods Pool writing - Generating abundance of options - Goal is to solve problems quickly Gallery writing - Writing ideas on big pieces of paper placed around the room - Goal is to make sure all employees can see the ideas
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Prep Employees Tell employees when the meeting will be and how they should prepare Present the problem and have them
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