terms/brainstorm.txt · Last modified: 13 May, 2019 @ 12:30pm by Jan Viljoen | Approved (version: 1)


We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them… & Imagination is more important than knowledge! ~ Albert Einstein

Brainstorming is a process to generate creative ideas and solutions through intensive and free-wheeling group collaborationA collaboration which can be facilitated either online, off line or as a combination of both. .

Every participant is encouraged to “think aloud” and suggest as many ideas, possibilities and/or alternatives as possible, no matter how outlandish or bizarre it may seem to others at first. All these proposals are recorded without any preliminary assessment, evaluation or judgment.

Analysis, discussion or criticism of the collected ideas is allowed only when the brainstorming process is completed. The evaluation process of ideas, proposals, views and perspectives commence using critical thinking and questioning as the key monitoring technique to establish contextual validity.

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  • Last modified: 13 May, 2019 @ 12:30pm
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