In the business world, people often hear the term “Think outside the box”, with little or no explanation as to how to actually do that. Everyone is just expected to know how, figure it out, or find another job. Brainstorming sessions often lead to a slew of ideas from a group, but with little or no structure, it's difficult to tell what ideas are worth pursuing and which are wasting space.
There is a brainstorming strategy that, when used with a couple of other follow-up methods, will allow for creative thoughts to come from the group and still home in on the ideas that will actually benefit the overall goal. The three steps of the strategy are mind maps, t-analysis and action plan creation.
In this “Brainstorming Guide” application; you will learn about the brainstorming, its benefits and effects on business growth, its importance, how to process brainstorming sessions, and the ground rules of brainstorming. The application is aimed at explaining this term in simple forms and the need to apply it very often in a business model to meet the growth of a team and company as a whole.
• 7 Categories
• What is Brainstorming?
• How to Process a Brainstorming Session?
• A Brainstorming scenario
• Ground rules of Brainstorming
• Well researched and knowledgeable categories on subject