The Gallery method

Gallery method as the brainstorming technique  The Gallery method is the technique developed by the Battelle Institute and improved by Van Gundy, 1981 and others. In...

Brainwriting pool (BP)

Brainwriting pool This variation of brainstorming was developed by the Battlle Institute of Frankfurt, Germany. The brainwriting pool is an idea-generating tool in which new...

Group brainwriting technique

Group brainwriting with sharing ideas In this version new ideas are shared for additional stimulation. It is deal for groups that prefer to discuss through writing. Procedure...

Individual brainwriting

Individual brainwriting technique Individuals write their ideas down in a private, quiet place and share them later. That is why this technique is also named Combined...

Brainwriting

Brainwriting - free writing technique  This method was originally popularized in Germany in the 70s and developed by Arthur B. VanGundy. Brainstorming is done by...

Individual brainstorming

Individual brainstorming and its types Individual brainstorming is done independently on a solitary basis. It typically includes such techniques as free writing, free speaking, free word ...

Wildest Idea Technique

Generating truly outrageous and fantasy ideas The underlying application of this tool is to discover break-through ideas for process, product, or service improvements. This tool encourages...

Kaleidoscope Brainstorming Technique

Kaleidoscope Brainstorming Technique or Silent brainstorming  Multiple Mind Conferencing (MMC)  (Dr. Murthy) This is a new approach to the brainstorming process, including different variations as to...

Rawlinson brainstorming

 Rawlinson brainstorming technique Author: J. G. Rawlinson,  1970 This technique  does not emphasize group interaction. It is especially useful for untrained groups because there is no...

Stop-and-go Brainstorming

Stop-and-go Brainstorming technique The brainstorming session is divided up into segments. Ideas are generated for three to five minutes and then the group is silent for...

Gordon-little variation

Progressive Revelation technique  This technique was suggested by William Gordon while he was working for the Arthur D. Little Invention Design Unit in the 1950s. Named...
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Question  brainstorming

Question  brainstorming: characteristics and steps This process involves brainstorming the questions related to the problem, rather than trying to come up with immediate answers and short...