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Get Crazy: Courting Out-of-the Box Ideas
Thursday, March 22, 2012 7:24 PM
Twitter is the perfect example of a crazy, improbable idea-only 140 characters for communicating?!?-that caught fire, making early skeptics look positively antediluvian. But for every crazy idea that becomes a monster hit-Twitter is nearing 500 million users-any number fizzle into major flops. So how does one know when a big, over-the-top idea is destined for... Read More...
Brainstorming: Better Alone or Together?
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 7:19 PM
When do you get your best ideas? Does lightening strike when you're alone, either working solo or caught up in a day-dream? Or are you most inspired by the energetic give-and-take of a room full of smart, collaborative peers? We fall into the hybrid camp: sometimes inspiration strikes unexpectedly: surfing the web, commuting, or dare we admit it, hitting... Read More...
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Light it Up: Brainstorming Techniques That Work
Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:28 PM
We've had a month of wet and wild weather where I live, after losing the lights one too many times, the only type of storm I like these days is a good brainstorm. Done correctly, brainstorming can produce a deluge of ideas and tremendous thunderclaps of creativity. Talk about electricity! Brainstorming Best Practices Research shows that brainstorming is more... Read More...
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