This is the second and last part of our Reverse Brainstorming series. Previously we went through the initial preparation, getting the participants accustomed with the process, contributing to the atmosphere and actually doing some work. The fun part. Now, we have to make something out of all these ideas. Buckle up, we go! Continue reading
I recently prepared a training using a rather unknown creative problem-solving technique: Reverse Brainstorming. How does it work?
The first important step is to come up with an explicit challenge or objective that the group can work upon. Continue reading