Saturday 22nd February, 2014
10:00am to 11:45am
Traditional brainstorming methods can ruin your attempts at collaboration and engagement. In fact, decades of research has shown that traditional methods can actually be less collaborative, less engaging, and less creative than generating ideas individually and pooling them. However, the latest science behind brainstorming shows that our beloved post-it note can come to the rescue to increase the collaboration, engagement, and creativity of your team.
If you are already experienced in using silent brainstorming, this practical session will introduce you to the science and research to justify your approach. If you've never experienced silent brainstorming before, this session will give you something to try next week with your team that will help improve collaboration, engagement, and creativity. Regardless of your experience with silent brainstorming, you will learn how to integrate silent brainstorming into agile practices that you can use throughout the lifecycle of your projects and products.
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