Group Think

Whether you and your meeting team need some new ideas or your attendees need to innovate, brainstorming is a potent technique for tapping the wisdom of a group. Ideas build on one another toward creative solutions in ways that normal conversations rarely achieve. While brainstorming isn't complicated, there are best practices to keep the ideas flowing.

In-Person, or Not

Ideally, hold your brainstorming session in a distraction-free (leave the BlackBe

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