Thursday, July 26, 2007

10 Guidelines For Effective Brainstorming

Creativity can be taught, nurtured, and enhanced. It does not belong solely to the artist among us, and certainly not genetically limited to the gifted. –Randah Taher

How many brainstorming sessions have you participated in that you can consider effective?

Project developer and consultant Randah Taher spotlights 10 guidelines to help you conduct your next brainstorming meeting and make it a successful one. They are:

  1. Come prepared. And invite others to do so too.
  2. Invite others to the party.
  3. Think and re-think the real issue.
  4. Record as you go.
  5. Defer judgment.
  6. Become a generator machine.
  7. Force large quotas.
  8. Elaborate and improve.
  9. Enhance visuals.
  10. Threaten yourself.

Find more at Contagious Creativity.

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