Brainstorming Outcome: the Next Step

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Abdulhameed Hamdi Assayid
Teacher, Saudi Arabia
Brainstorming is a creative strategy where individuals can squeeze their brains to think out of the box and obtain something novel with the rest of the team. After the brainstorming session is done, one way to proceed is to classify the ideas as follows: 1. Excellent ideas that can be achieved. 2. Excellent ideas, but difficult to achieve. 3. Odd ideas, which are out of the question. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Mohamed Sorour
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Ideas Classification

The most critical point in the brainstorming process is to analyse the impacts of the resulting ideas, this point can either damage the process or make it really valuable.
During the brainstorming phase all ideas are valuable and excellent, but after the brainstorming is done, we shall choose the most reliable ones that can be achieved in the short term, while we postpone the others.

 

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