Ch12 - Chapter 12 Brainstorming and Idea Reduction Rules...

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Brainstorming and Idea Reduction Rules and Objectives of Brainstorming Phases of Brainstorming: Idea Generation Idea Reduction Chapter 12
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Brainstorming Brainstorming is a creativity technique of generating ideas to solve a problem. It may involve spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group Recall : A portion of the workshop is devoted to brainstorming new ideas and features for the application
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Benefits of Brainstorming It encourages participation by all parties present. It allows participants to "piggyback" on one another's ideas. It has high bandwidth. Many ideas can be generated in a short period of time. The results typically indicate a number of possible solutions to whatever problem is posed. It encourages out-of-the-box thinking; the thinking is unlimited by normal constraints.
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Phases of Brainstorming Idea generation : The primary goal is to set down as many ideas as possible, focusing on breadth of ideas, not necessarily depth. Idea reduction: The primary goal is to analyze all the ideas generated. It includes pruning, organizing, ranking, expanding, grouping, refining, and so on.
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First, all the significant stakeholders gather in one room, and supplies (sticky notes, markers, . ..etc) are distributed. Then the facilitator explains the rules for brainstorming.
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Ch12 - Chapter 12 Brainstorming and Idea Reduction Rules...

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