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Discover the six most effective innovation techniques for using the KnowBrainer Innovation Tool. Find out why the KnowBrainer is the world's most popular innovation tool

Discover the six most effective innovation techniques for using the KnowBrainer Innovation Tool. Find out why the KnowBrainer is the world's most popular innovation tool

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  • 1. KnowBrainer Tool Fans 1 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 2. 5 Steps of Training to Master theArt and Science of Innovation 5. Innovation Master Certifications 4. Innovation Leadership & Management 3. Innovation Technique Skills TECHNIQUE Skills #3 2. Innovation Process Improvement1. Innovation Tool Basics 5 Ways Your KnowBrainer Will Help You 2 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 3. The KnowBrainer Has Two Sides to Maximize Brain Stimulation Front Side Back Side Stages 1 & 2 Stages 3 & 4The KnowBrainer Stimulates over500% More Creativity ThanTraditional BrainstormingTechniques Testing Conducted at Major Universities 3 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 4. What Stimulates Your Brain? Card 4: Self Instructional 4 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 5. Top 8 Techniques Connect to Stimulus Basic Innovation Techniques Overview 5 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 6. 3 Possible ROLES for Techniques Stimulator Thinker Recorder • Selects and reveals • Reacts to cards and • Takes notes and KnowBrainer cards thinks of ideas records ideas 4 Collaboration Options for Techniques Single: 1 Person Duo: 2 People • Assumes All Roles • Thinker 1. Stimulator • Stimulator/Recorder 2. Thinker 3. Recorder Trio: 3 People Groups/Teams • Stimulator • Multiple Roles • Thinker • Stimulators Thinkers Recorder • • • Recorders 6 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 7. 4 Methods for Using KnowBrainer Cards SEQUENTIAL RANDOM • Stages in order • Stages at random • Cards in order • Cards at random FOCUS FAN • Reveal 1 card at a time • Reveal several cards at once • Think about 1 card at a time • Think about several cards 4 Learning Guides for Techniques 1 2 3 4 7 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 8. Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used (Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images) 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimuli Types to Use: Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time 8 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 9. Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus/stimuli? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 6 Innovation Techniques Menu 9 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 10. Questionating Technique – Questionate to Innovate Questionating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: QUESTIONS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 10 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 11. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimulus Type to Use: Questions • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 11 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 12. 6 Innovation Techniques Menu Nounating Top 6 Techniques Connect to Stimulus 12 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 13. Nounating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: NOUNS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 13 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 14. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimulus Type to Use: Nouns • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 14 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 15. 6 Innovation Techniques Menu Verbating on Top 6 Techniques Connect to Stimulus 15 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 16. Verbating Technique – Verbate to Innovate Verbating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: VERBS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 16 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 17. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimulus Type to Use: Verbs • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 17 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 18. 6 Innovation Techniques Menu Quoteating on Top 6 Techniques Connect to Stimulus 18 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 19. 8 Innovation Techniques Menu Quoteating Technique – Quoteate to Innovate 19 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 20. Quoteating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: QUOTES 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimulus Type to Use: Quotes • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time 20 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 21. Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 6 Innovation Techniques Menu 21 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 22. Visualating on Top 6 Techniques Connect to Stimulus Visualating Technique – Visualate to Innovate 22 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 23. A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Ideas How many ideas might be generated with this collection of interesting pictures? This entire collection is already included in the KnowBrainer! 12 Images Stimulate You to Use Your Imagination to Visualize Ideas (3 Images Per Stage) 23 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 24. Visualating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: IMAGES 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimulus Type to Use: Images • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder 3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time 24 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 25. Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 6 Innovation Techniques Menu 25 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 26. Visualating on Top 6 Techniques Connect to Stimulus Flashating Technique – Stimulate to Innovate 26 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 27. Card 4: Self Instructional Each KnowBrainer Stage Contains Five Different Types of Stimuli 27 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 28. Use ALL Five Techniques Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Use ALL TYPES of stimuli (Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images) 2. Use ALL STAGES of process (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Use RANDOM METHOD to reveal cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by the Stimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 28 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 29. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME • Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder • Stimuli Types to Use: Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images • Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate • Method of Revealing Cards: Random • Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique 2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder • Select random cardsDIRECTIONS • • Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:  Use KnowBrainer  3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator Cards to Stimulate Ideas • Respond quickly with as much detail as possible • Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker • Take notes of ideas generated • Write quickly and clearly • Abbreviate if needed • Monitor use of time Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the all 5 types of stimuli? (Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes or Images) 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 29 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 30. Stimulate-to-Innovate – Stimulus Checked Off What Other Techniques are Available to Use with Your KnowBrainer? 30 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 31. ADVANCED Technique Guide Available in Advanced Training 4 Innovation Techniques Menu Learn these Techniques SolutionPeople’s Innovation Workshops and Certifications 31 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 32. Questionating on 4 New Techniques Connect to Stimulus Learn these Techniques SolutionPeople’s Innovation Workshops and Certifications Techniques Tested & Proven Effective by Media and Communications Professionals Learn these Techniques SolutionPeople’s Innovation Workshops and Certifications 32 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 33. Techniques – A-Z Part 1Learn these TechniquesSolutionPeople’sInnovation Workshopsand Certifications Techniques – A-Z Part 2Learn these TechniquesSolutionPeople’sInnovation Workshopsand Certifications 33 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 34. Techniques – A-Z Part 2Learn these TechniquesSolutionPeople’sInnovation Workshopsand Certifications What are the Benefits of the KnowBrainer Techniques? 1. Encourages fun 6. Helps you be a Know-It-All 2. Quickly drains the brain • What DO you KNOW? of “old” ideas • What DON’T you KNOW ? How do you KNOW what you need 3. Stimulates “new” ideas • to KNOW? 4. Engages your whole brain • Who KNOWS what you don’t KNOW? 5. Useful for individuals, groups 7. Facilitates thinking or teams 8. Energizes your brain 34 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 35. Two Great Ways to Search for Ideas Google Helps You Search for KnowBrainer Helps You OTHER People’s Ideas Search for YOUR Ideas “Google created a search engine for the Internet. I designed the KnowBrainer to be a search engine for your INNERnet. Google helps you search for ideas from OTHER people stored on hard drives in the cloud. I designed the KnowBrainer to help you search for YOUR own ideas that are stored in your HEAD drive in your brain.” 35 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 36. “The KnowBraineris a search engine for your amazing brain.” The KnowBrainer Helps You Navigate Your Amazing Brain 36 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 37. When or Where Might People Use the KnowBrainer Tool and Techniques?1. Starting projects or tasks 11. Commuting2. Getting unstuck 12. Traveling via trains, planes & autos3. Preparing for meetings 13. Relaxing or unwinding 14. Preparing to sleep at night4. During and after meetings 15. Getting started in the morning5. Following up after meetings 16. Planning6. Developing presentations & slides 17. Exercising7. During webinars & virtual meetings 18. Writing proposals, blog posts,8. During workshops & seminars articles & books9. Helping or coaching clients, 19. Helping family, spouse, employees & friends children & partners10. Interviewing & reviewing performances 20. Getting other people to buy meals (FREE Lunches) How Might the KnowBrainer Techniques be Changed or Adjusted for Different Situations? 1. Use by yourself 2. Share in teams 3. Play multiple roles (Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder) 4. Have each participant of a webinar/virtual meeting use tools 5. Send in advance and have people study before event or meeting 6. Record ideas with a voice recorder or video camera 37 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 38. What Other Innovation Tools are Available to Help You? Innovation Apps, Software & eTools VISIT: SolutionPeopleStore.com 38 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 39. Get Your NEW iKnowBrainer APP for Your iPhone and iPad Visit: SolutionPeopleStore.com 39 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 40. Where Can You Find Other KnowBrainer Users and Innovators? 40 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 41. Network & Learn With Other KnowBrainer Users Join KnowBrainer Fans on 41 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 42. LinkedinGroups.com• SolutionPeople created and manages 42 Linkedin Groups focused on innovation• Over 350,000 people from over 100 countries belong to SolutionPeople’s Groups• SolutionPeople’s Marketing, PR & Sales Innovators Group ranked in the “Top 20” of the Largest Groups among the 1.4 million Groups on Linkedin• The Marketing, PR & Sales Innovators Group has over 190,000 members• SolutionPeople’s Green & Sustainability Innovators Group is the largest “green” Group with over 21,000 members• SolutionPeople’s InnovationPeople Group is the largest Group of innovation experts and practitioners with over 17,000 members• SolutionPeople’s Brand Innovators Group is the largest Group of branding experts with about 11,000 members• Many of SolutionPeople’s Groups have over 10,000 members and most have at least 1,000 members Join Our Global Communities of 42 Linkedin Groups With Over 350,000 Members Who are Passionate About Innovation info@LinkedinGroups.com 42 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 43. Join Our New Product and Service Development Communities info@LinkedinGroups.com Join Our Marketing and Sales Innovators Communities info@LinkedinGroups.com 43 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 44. Join Our Leadership and Management Innovators Communities info@LinkedinGroups.com Join Our Communities to Learn and Master Innovation info@LinkedinGroups.com 44 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 45. Join Our Linkedin Communities to Network With People in Specific Geographic Areas International Groups USA Groups info@LinkedinGroups.com You Are Invited to Join Us Group on 45 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 46. Enjoy My Report on How to Create Networks of Innovative People andInnovation Dream TeamsVISIT:InnovationSecrets.com/linkedin-request How Can You Master the Art & Science of Innovation? 46 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 47. Take More Steps to Continue TrainingYour Brain via Webinars & Workshops Available in English, Spanish and ArabicLIVE Workshops VIRTUAL Webinars- Two 8-Hour Days - Four 4-Hour Webinars- On Site - 4 Webinars in 1 Week- Public Workshops - 1 Webinar per Week over 1 Month- Major Cities - Live and/or Recorded- Chicago Thinkubator (Monthly) - Led by Certified Trainers- Led by Certified Trainers and Gerald Haman- Thinkubator Workshops led by Gerald HamanFor More Information on Training Email:info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com 47 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1 InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
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  • 49. InnovationSecretsTools.com Experience Award-Winning Innovation Training Workshops and Certifications Visit: InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com 49 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 50. Card 45: If you want to think outside the box, don’t put your brain in a box. – Gerald “Solutionman” Haman Experience Training at the Thinkubator Innovation Lab Visit: Thinkubators.com 50 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 51. EXPERIENCE Training at The Thinkubator Training Experience Designed by Certified Expert Gerald “Solutionman” Haman group on 51 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 52. Learning Opportunities for KnowBrainer Users KnowBrainerTools.com/Techniques InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com InnovationWebinars.com/KnowBrainer SolutionPeopleStore.com InnovatorsDigest.com (Newsletter Blog) 52 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  • 53. SolutionPeople – Mastering the Art & Science of Innovation Growth 53 © Copyright 2012 by Gerald “Solutionman” Haman · Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com · Thinkubator Chicago, USA