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  • 1. BRAINSTORMING OVER VIEW Rules Sequence
  • 2. BRAINSTORMING RULES 1
    • Collect as many ideas as possible from all participants with no criticisms or judgments made while ideas are being generated
    • All ideas are welcome no matter how silly or far out them seem. Be creative. The more ideas the better because at this point we do not know what might work
    • ABSOLUTELY NO DISCUSSIONS takes place during the brainstorming activity. TALKING ABOUT THE IDEAS will take place after brainstorming is complete
    • Do not criticize or judge. Do not even groan, frown or laugh. All ideas are equally valid at this point.
  • 3. BRAINSTORMING RULES 2
    • Do build on other’s ideas
    • Do write all ideas on a flipchart or board so that whole group can easily see them
    • Set a limit of 30 Minutes for brainstorming
  • 4. BRAINSTORMING SEQUENCE 3
    • One team member should review the topic of the brainstorm using “Why” ,”How”, or “What” Questions
    • Everyone should think about the question silently for a few moments. Each person might want to jot down his/her ideas on a sheet of paper.
    • Everyone suggests ideas by calling them out. Another way is to go around the room and have each person read an idea from his/her list until all ideas have been written on the board of flipchart.
    • (Team member - in- charge of the brainstorming session should be enforcing the rules)
    • 4. One team member writes down all ideas on board or flipchart.
  • 5. MAKING THE FINAL SELECTION 4
    • When all the ideas have been recorded, combine ideas as much as possible, but only when the original contributors agree.
    • Number all of the ideas
    • Each member votes on the ideas by making a list of the numbers of the ideas he/she thinks are important or should be discussed further. THIS LIST SHOULD CONTAIN NO MORE THAN ONE THIRD OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF IDEAS
    • After counting the votes, cross out ideas with only one or two votes. Then vote again until only a few ideas remain (i.e,,3 0r 4).If there is no clear cut solution, the vote again or discuss the remaining ideas and determine which idea best answers the original question.
  • 6. BRAINSTORMING RULES & SEQUENCE THANK YOU 5