Why Brainstorms Don't Always Work
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Brainstorming was first introduced into organisations as a means of industrialising creativity. The technique was devised to enhance the creative output of organisations by harnessing the creativity and productivity potential of groups. The practice was conceived by psychologists who studied the cognitive process of having ideas and developed the 'how to' principles of what we know today as brainstorming.
Tangney, D. (2020). Why brainstorms don't always work. RTE Brainstorm, Updated / Monday, 5 Oct 2020 17:07.