Brainstorming11.11

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1 Where do GREAT ideas come from?
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Innovation Brainstorming-the concept Brainstorming-the set up Brainstorming-which ideas to pursue? Group Assignment 2
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Lifeblood for growth New products New ways to use products New ways to talk to consumers New ways to solve problems……. . 3
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One way to generate new ideas Various ways to approach Keep in mind: Define objectives Choose participants Provide guidelines 4
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Set Ground rules Moderator Recorder Creative Articulate Willing to participate No BAD ideas…. Don’t judge….build GENERATE A LOT OF IDEAS…… When ideas slow down, provide new stimulus 5
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Identify criteria Assess ideas Determine which are the best for further
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