Ready to start your brainstorming session? See how ideation techniques serve as a blueprint for generating ideas.
- When it comes time to brainstorm…you'll be conducting a brainstorming or ideation session.…This session doesn't need to be complex or difficult,…and it can be scheduled or impromptu.…You can make brainstorming a small activity…in an existing meeting…or an activity with your morning coffee.…You can even make brainstorming the event.…However, it's not good enough to simply say,…"Okay, it's time for a brainstorming session."…Brainstorming works best when you use a specific technique.…A brainstorming technique is a blueprint…for generating ideas.…
It's a set of instructions that you follow.…These techniques provide you with the right steps…depending on the type of problem you're trying to solve,…how you're trying to solve it, and with who.…Later in this course we're going to explore many different…techniques for brainstorming.…I want to really encourage you…to put these techniques into practice.…It's not good enough to simply listen to them.…You'll gain little value if you only study them.…Instead, review the techniques and identify the ones…
- 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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