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Creative Problem Solving. Brainstorming & Nominal Group Technique. Brainstorming :. Introduced by Alex Osborn, 1939 Creative problem-solving technique Atmosphere free of criticism All members must participate Implemented during the “solutions step” of the Standard Agenda.

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creative problem solving

Creative Problem Solving

Brainstorming &

Nominal Group Technique

brainstorming
Brainstorming:
  • Introduced by Alex Osborn, 1939
  • Creative problem-solving technique
  • Atmosphere free of criticism
  • All members must participate
  • Implemented during the “solutions step” of the Standard Agenda
guidelines to brainstorming
Guidelines to Brainstorming:
  • Don’t evaluate ideas while brainstorming
  • Avoid “self-censorship” or clarification
  • Encourage Zany ideas
  • Expand or “piggy back” on the ideas of other group members
  • Record all ideas
  • Encourage participation from all group members
nominal group technique
Nominal Group Technique
  • Individuals work by themselves to generate a list of ideas on a problem
  • Meet as a group to record ideas
  • Interact to clarify ideas
  • Select 5 favorite ideas – rank from most to least favorite
  • Rankings are averaged – ideas with highest averages are selected by the group