Brainstorming
The nominal
metdhod
Step # 1
Define the
brainstorming
challenge
How can we….?
Step # 2
Each participant
writes down
5 ideas
Each participant writes down 5 ideas that
he/she believes will meet the challenge.
Number the ideas from # 1 to # 5.
Step # 3
Each participant
passes his/her ideas
to the person on
his/her left
Step # 4
Each participant
writes down
3 new ideas
Each participant reads the 5 ideas, he/she
has received and writes down 3 new ideas.
Number these 3 new ideas # 6 to # 8.
Step # 5
Each participant
passes the 8 ideas
to the person on
his/her left
Step # 6
Each participant
writes down
2 new ideas
Each participant reads the 8 ideas, he/she
has received and writes down 2 new ideas.
Number these 2 new ideas # 9 and # 10.
Step # 7
Each participant
passes the 10 ideas
on to the person on
his/her left
Step # 8
Each person selects
the 2 best ideas
Each person selects, of the 10 ideas,
the 2 ideas he/she finds the best.
3 criteria to use when selecting the best idea
1. The idea is easy to implement
2. The idea can make a large impact.
3. Yo...
Step # 9
In teams of 3,
participants discuss
and select the
2 best ideas
Each team of 3 persons selects, of
the selected 6 ideas, the 2 ideas they
find the best.
3 criteria to use when selecting the best idea
1. The idea is easy to implement
2. The idea can make a large impact.
3. Yo...
Sources
http://www.associatedcontent.com/video/910121/brainstorm_methods_nominal_and_reverse.html?cat=3
http://celestinech...
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  1. 1. Brainstorming The nominal metdhod
  2. 2. Step # 1 Define the brainstorming challenge
  3. 3. How can we….?
  4. 4. Step # 2 Each participant writes down 5 ideas
  5. 5. Each participant writes down 5 ideas that he/she believes will meet the challenge. Number the ideas from # 1 to # 5.
  6. 6. Step # 3 Each participant passes his/her ideas to the person on his/her left
  7. 7. Step # 4 Each participant writes down 3 new ideas
  8. 8. Each participant reads the 5 ideas, he/she has received and writes down 3 new ideas. Number these 3 new ideas # 6 to # 8.
  9. 9. Step # 5 Each participant passes the 8 ideas to the person on his/her left
  10. 10. Step # 6 Each participant writes down 2 new ideas
  11. 11. Each participant reads the 8 ideas, he/she has received and writes down 2 new ideas. Number these 2 new ideas # 9 and # 10.
  12. 12. Step # 7 Each participant passes the 10 ideas on to the person on his/her left
  13. 13. Step # 8 Each person selects the 2 best ideas
  14. 14. Each person selects, of the 10 ideas, the 2 ideas he/she finds the best.
  15. 15. 3 criteria to use when selecting the best idea 1. The idea is easy to implement 2. The idea can make a large impact. 3. Your favourite idea.
  16. 16. Step # 9 In teams of 3, participants discuss and select the 2 best ideas
  17. 17. Each team of 3 persons selects, of the selected 6 ideas, the 2 ideas they find the best.
  18. 18. 3 criteria to use when selecting the best idea 1. The idea is easy to implement 2. The idea can make a large impact. 3. Your favourite idea.
  19. 19. Sources http://www.associatedcontent.com/video/910121/brainstorm_methods_nominal_and_reverse.html?cat=3 http://celestinechua.com/blog/25-brainstorming-techniques/
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