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Divergent Thinking Technique. Week 4. Methods need technique to apply in daily uses. What traits do we need to consider while dealing with problem that requires new and useful solution?.

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what traits do we need to consider while dealing with problem that requires new and useful solution
What traits do we need to consider while dealing with problem that requires new and useful solution?
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Divergent Thinking Rules

Defer / suspend judgment.

Build on others ideas.

Strive for quantity.

Go for unusual / wild ideas.

techniques
TECHNIQUES
  • Brainstorming
  • Forced Connection
  • Brainwriting
brainstorming
Brainstorming
  • Invented by Alex Osborn in 1953.
  • He defined it as: A group attempt’s to find solution for a specific problem by amassing ideas.
  • A pure form of divergent thinking.
directions
Directions
  • Write the problem statement.
  • Review the ground rules of divergent thinking.
  • Start thinking about options. Set quantity of ideas and time it.
  • Record every option in writing.
  • Keep going even if you have met your exceeded quota.
forced connection
Forced Connection
  • Get ideas from connecting unusual or looks disconnected.
direction
Direction
  • Review the ground rules of divergent thinking.
  • Point to an object or picture totally unrelated to the problem and ask: When you look at this (pointed object or pictures), what ideas that you get from it to solve the problem.
  • Connect forcefully between the item and the problem to generate more ideas.
brainwriting
Brainwriting
  • Another development of Brainstorming, developed by Horst Geschka.
  • In application, it’s more private and individualistic compared to brainstorming.
directions1
Directions
  • Each person starts with the brainstorming sheet.
  • Put stack of blank sheets in the group.
  • Write problem statement on the top.
  • Think about the ideas and write down.
  • Pass the paper, put in the middle, and get someone’s else.
  • Let ideas from others inspire you to generate more ideas.
  • Keep swapping ideas until you meet the set time.
assignment
Assignment
  • Choose one technique.
  • Give comments on: + and - of chosen technique.
  • Type it down on a piece of A4 paper.
  • Collected on next week.