See how you can easily adapt any brainstorming technique for groups or individuals. Also learn how to use the SCAMPER method to shake up your brainstorming sessions.
- The brainstorming techniques…we're going to cover together aren't set in stone.…You can adapt them, merge them and evolve them.…I you're going to be working individually,…you'll want to simplify the approach…and adapt the technique so it works…without other participants.…Alternatively you may decide…that having everyone in the same room…for a brainstorming session isn't a good idea.…And as such, you may adapt to these techniques…so that each person on your team…can go through it individually,…and then review those outcomes collectively as a group.…Furthermore, as you go through an ideation technique,…you may need to apply additional structure…to kickstart ideas.…
You can adapt any technique by using the SCAMPER method.…This concept was developed by Bob Everle,…and it's an incredible powerful way to spur ideas.…SCAMPER stands for: substitute something,…combine it with something else,…adapt something to it, modify or magnify it,…purpose it for a different use,…eliminate something, reverse or rearrange it.…At any point, you can present one of the SCAMPER strategies…
- Brainstorming techniques
- Conducting brainstorming sessions
- Mind mapping ideas
- Forced ranking
- Card sorting
- Asking tough questions
- Reverse brainstorming
- Stages of problem-solving
Skill Level Beginner
1. The Brainstorming Process
2. Brainstorming Approaches
Adapting techniques2m 30s
3. Brainstorming Session
Keeping the session flowing2m 19s
4. Ideation Techniques
5. Further Concepts
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