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Brainstorming - the nominal method

  1. 1. Brainstorming The nominal method
  2. 2. Step # 1 Describe the brainstorming challenge
  3. 3. What ideas do you have to rethink the way education is done? Example of brainstorming challenge
  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. Please number the ideas # 1 to # 5.
  6. 6. Step # 3 Each participant passes the 5 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, # 7, and # 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 to the person on his/her left
  13. 13. Step # 8 Each person selects the 2 best ideas
  14. 14. Of the 10 ideas, each person selects the 2 ideas he/she finds the best.
  15. 15. 3 criteria to use when selecting great ideas 1. Which ideas are the most valuable for users? 2. Which ideas can be quickly implemented and involve the lowest costs? 3. Which ideas are the most inspiring? http://business.financialpost.com/2013/10/07/make-your-brainstorming-better-with-this-technique/ http://www.business2community.com/strategy/top-tips-great-brainstorm-session-0984469
  16. 16. Step # 9 In teams of 3, participants select and discuss the 2 best ideas
  17. 17. Each team of 3 persons chooses, from the selected 3 x 2 = 6 ideas, the 2 ideas they find the best.
  18. 18. 3 criteria to use when selecting great ideas 1. Which ideas are the most valuable for users? 2. Which ideas can be quickly implemented and involve the lowest costs? 3. Which ideas are the most inspiring? http://business.financialpost.com/2013/10/07/make-your-brainstorming-better-with-this-technique/ http://www.business2community.com/strategy/top-tips-great-brainstorm-session-0984469
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