Brainstorming - Dealing with Excess of Information

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Daniel Fucci Lemos
My latest brainstorming meetings for SWOT analysis generated more (much more) material than I expected, directed to several companies areas. I have now a great deal of information to treat. Is there a special method to solve this issue? The ideas are pre-classified, but still it would take a lot of effort to treat them all. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Emiel Veenstra
Business Consultant, Netherlands
 

Brainstorming - Dealing with Excessive Amount of Information

After having collected a big bunch of ideas (that is what brainstorming is about) and having classified them, I would focus on a top 5 or top 10, whatever.
Ask all the participants to rate the ideas with points e.g. 1-5 per idea. Than add all points up and you get a classification in points, weighted results so to say.
Furthermore you could classify the ideas in short term or long term actions / effects

  Alexander N. Raikov
Director, Russian Federation
 

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