Lecture 11

Cis 1250 Lec 11

  • Brainstorming
  • Group technique
  • Answer the question
  • Pros and cons
  • Boost moral
  • Working environment more enjoyable
  • Good features
  • Improves relationship
  • Workspace
  • Bad features
  • No evidence that it produces good results
  • Could result in pear pressure
  • Four rules to follow
  • Quantity will lead to quality
  • Don’t be critical
  • Don’t put people down, people will stop contributing
  • Limit the number of ideas produced
  • Welcome unusual ideas
  • Get a new perspective
  • Looking at the problem with a new perspective
  • Think outside the box
  • Suspend assumptions
  • Don’t limit your self to one idea
  • Combine new idea
  • Use old and new ideas
  • Before the brainstorming meeting
  • Know what you want out of it
  • Stay focused
  • When you call the meeting
  • Tell what the meeting is about
  • The problem your trying to solve
  • Time limit
  • During the meeting
  • Have someone lead the meeting
  • Someone to write down the ideas
  • Have managers participate
  • Unless it makes people uncomfortable
  • A more specific brainstorming method
  • Everyone write down ideas and compare
  • Hold comments until the end
  • Think about how to pick the useful ones
  • Have some criteria
  • Ease of use
  • Most suitable to the situation
  • Rank ideas
  • Keep all ideas, even unused ones

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