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Innovation & Brainstorming

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Innovation & Brainstorming

  1. 1. Sunrise Unconference Session Enabling Innovation James King Heather Braum Jill Hurst-Wahl
  2. 2. Agenda Short position statements on innovation and libraries – 15 minutes Small group interaction / brainstorming – 10 minutes Wrap-up & report out – 20 minutes #cildc #cilsun
  3. 3. Style Defining ElementRole Storming Select a specific real or fictional character. Brainstorm from that point of view.Long List Brainstorm as many ideas as possible (100+). Creativity occurs after known ideas are on the list.Opposites Consider the exact opposite of what is normal.Brand-Storming Select a specific brand. Brainstorm from that point of view.
  4. 4. Brainstorming Rules from IDEO1. Defer judgment2. Encourage wild ideas3. Build on the ideas of others4. Stay focused on the topic5. One conversation at a time6. Be visual7. Go for quantity
  5. 5. Break into groups of 4-5 peopleBrainstorm topic: What innovative actioncan you do this year to remain relevantwith your target audiences?Brainstorm Style: The long list – generateas many ideas as possible. Aim for 75!Brainstorm on paper & well capture toshare with everyone.
  6. 6. Report Out! What were your 2-3 best/wildest ideas? Share what your wrote with Jill, James & Heather, who will photograph & share.  Email to jahurst@syr.edu #cildc #cilsun
  7. 7. Report Out! What were your 2-3 best/wildest ideas? Share what your wrote with Jill, James & Heather, who will photograph & share.  Email to jahurst@syr.edu #cildc #cilsun

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