Brainstorming Techniques You Should Apply [Top 3]


Brainstorming Techniques You Should Apply [Top 3]

Brainstorming is a way of gathering and exchanging ideas and information where participants are encouraged to think freely. Brainstorms consist of 3 steps namely: collection, discussion and evaluation, and selection of ideas. With the strategy and application of brainstorming techniques, creativity and collaboration are promoted.  

  1. Freestorming

When you’re freestorming, you’re generally thinking and writing about whatever that comes to mind when you get an idea. This is a strong brainstorming approach that allows you to write down all of your “genuine and raw” thoughts before diving into an ocean of possibilities to find numerous hidden ideas.

  • Mind mapping

Mind mapping is an efficient method of brainstorming. A mind map is a visual representation of your ideas composed of words, images, and colors.  Mind maps structure your thoughts well and provide a fantastic overview. All of your ideas are illustrated on a single page and you can insert your ideas anywhere on the map. 

  • Starbursting

Starbursting emphasizes on asking the appropriate questions before attempting to find solutions. A six-pointed star indicates six basic questions in this technique: who, what, when, where, why, and how?  It’s a great tool for your problem-solving or decision-making processes by allowing you to completely comprehend all elements and choices.

As Asa Don Brown said, “Brainstorming is the nexus of ideas.”  It certainly does promote open and continuing cooperation in order to solve issues and develop new ideas.

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