Branstorming session - No more Purpose - Time to stop.

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Anthony Belon
Entrepreneur, Malaysia

Branstorming session - No more Purpose - Time to stop.

A brainstroming session serves no more purpose when and after the particpants have nothing to say anymore about the issues at hand. It is then time to stop.

  Kamal Ewisat
 

Brainstorming

When it ends up that a person has nothing to say he is out of ideas and so its worthless to continue the issue with that one. So stop.

  Anthony Belon
Entrepreneur, Malaysia
 

Brainstorming is in between Mindstorming and Blamestorming

Before Brainstorming, it is normal for participants to ondergo Mindstorming (searching for ideas within self). After Brainstorming, Blamestroming can and may occur (putting blame on others).

  Chris
Netherlands
 

End of Brainstorming Session

I would suggest to have a break, and see if anything else comes up.
Sometimes it takes a bit more time to 'think in a different direction'.
A break, a short walk in the park, different setting after the break can do wonders!

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