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Brainstorming and Innovation [NEO-RLS]
June 27, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Brainstorming is an incredibly powerful innovation tool. From solving problems to generating creative, groundbreaking ideas, the act of brainstorming can spark fresh and extraordinary concepts, vision and actions. However, is there a systematic way to brainstorm? And how can we make our brainstorming sessions most productive and efficient in order to produce innovative ideas?
There are hundreds of brainstorming techniques available, and each can produce valuable ideas and objectives, but not all are created equally. In addition to this, people think that brainstorming is best when it has no boundaries or plans, letting ideas flow. While the goal is to create an open environment, brainstorming works best when there is a framework.
Learning Objectives: Discover what can hinder the brainstorming process and strategies on how to successfully overcome them, providing “out of the box” thinking for innovation Work on ways to break down problems systematically and create a foundation for effective and productive brainstorming Understand and apply a wide variety of brainstorming techniques to be used individually, in meetings, with groups and more, for immediate results Use brainstorming to get past the conventional ideas and move into new, uncharted and innovative thinking Presenter:
Holly Klingler, Research and Innovation Coordinator, NEO-RLS
Event Time:10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Eastern
Via Adobe Connect
Contact Person:Melissa Lattanzi
Details:Who should attend: Anyone interested in learning more about brainstorming and innovation
Competency: adaptability, problem solving and teamwork
GEO Cost: $40
Bronze Cost: $24
Silver Cost: FREE
Gold Cost: FREE
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