Where Science Meets Muse

Pros and Cons of Traditional Brainstorming

Posted by Plish on January 30, 2009

(courtesy of clamlynch.com)

(courtesy of clamlynch.com)

I recently wrote a blurb on Five (Weak) Reasons to do Brainstormings.  Now, there’s some wonderfully stimulating discussion going on over at the Lateral Action Blog.  They are discussing if/why traditional brainstormings should be done and are they a waste of time. 

The first blog entry stimulated much discussion and the second, based upon some comments by Your’s Truly, has continued the discussion.  So cruise on over and join the fun!


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