- One of the most important roles in any brainstorm session…is the role of the documenter,…the person designated to make sure that all the ideas…that are presented are captured in some way.…This is usually done on a whiteboard,…in a notebook or on a laptop,…but assigning this role to one person…creates a set of challenges,…the least of which is that there is only so much…that one person can do.…They have to hear the idea, or germ of an idea,…communicate it in natural broken phrases,…and added to by others,…and they have to document that in some formal way…that'll make sense to the person…who has to read the ideas later,…so they apply their own perspective…of the idea to accomplish this,…bending the idea before it has even had a chance to grow,…plus the documenter will inherently have…a hard time participating as they're far too busy…trying to collect random thoughts.…
Instead of making the task of documentation…one person's responsibility, why not make it everyone's?…Get a roll of butcher paper from any office supply store.…
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Brainstorming
Group ideation dynamics1m 46s
2. The 13 Rules of Effective Brainstorming
3. Brainstorming Techniques
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