Do you snore your way through the brainstormings in your office while others try and hog the limelight? Do you believe that these group sessions actually hinder the ideation process? Do you look forward to going back to your workstation so you can brainstorm alone and share your ideas with the team later? Well, here’s confirmation that you’re not wrong in your approach.
Decades of psychology research has shown that the traditional method of group brainstorming is not the best way to yield quality ideas. The solution lies in hybrid independent brainstorming and then meeting later to share and discuss. Know more in this handy infographic below.
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