1. Alex Faickney Osborn (1963) Brainstorming is a group or individucreativity technique by which efforts are made tofind a conclusion for a specific problem bygathering a list ideas spontaneously contributedby its members.
2. Brainstorming :... to attack the problem with the ideas asmuch as possible.
3. Types of brainstorming :1. Individual brainstorming is the use of brainstorming in solitary.Problem : Presentation Paper assignment
4. 2. Group Brainstorming can develop ideas in more depth thanindividual brainstorming.Problem : something that needs discussion.
5. Tips for Group Brainstorming1. Have a clear objective2. Record your ideas3. Never interrupt people’s idea.4. Hold off on criticism or judgment.
6. Record your ideas :Sticky notes Computer
7. Mind mapping
8. The advantages of Brainstorming : Encouraged Creative Thinking All ideas are accepted Makes everyone part of team Exciting and Easy
9. The Disadvantages of Brainstorming :X Only works when everyone in the room has something to say.X Without strict control or leader present, the group may take a long time to get the solution.X Group with a large members will not effective.X People with high emotion are not allowed.