Look at the Extremes of
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Spend five-minutes brainstorming huge, unfeasible, impractical
solutions (ideas that are too outrageous or "impossible" to be
Spend five-minutes brainstorming very easy, small, doable
solutions (ideas that could be implemented "in a snap").
Discuss, prioritize, and develop the ideas with the most potential.
Chose the best Snap ideas, the ones than would have the most impact
and be the easiest to implement. Also choose the best Whopper ideas
that can be transformed into more practical and doable actions.
Step Out Of Your
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Creative Problem Solving: Switching Perceptions
Stepping out of your
everyday shoes (and thinking mode) and into the shoes of others may help
you surface new insights to a problem.
Select a perspective and
brainstorm ideas from that perspective for five-minutes before moving on
to another perspective.
Researcher; Hip Shooter.
Employer; Shareholder; Employee;
Client; Supplier; Competitor.
Grandfather; Mother; Small Child...
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SPIN ‒ Spiral Integration of Ideas
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Manage Collective Tacit and Explicit Knowledge
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"Why?" and "What If?" Questions
Tips for Challenging Assumptions
Tips for Adopting a Different Point of View
Be-Different Success Stories
Techniques for Fast Idea Evaluation
Six Thinking Hats: Analyzing Proposals
Creative Problem Solving (CPS)
4 Levels of Problem Solving
6-Step Creative Problem Solving Process
How To Turn Problems To Opportunities
Questions for CPS