Chapter 2


2.1 Overview of Brainwriting

2.2 When Should You Use Brainwriting?

2.2.1 Strengths

2.2.2 Weaknesses

2.3 Procedures and Practical Advice on Interactive Brainwriting

2.3.1 Planning an Interactive Brainwriting Session

2.3.2 Conducting an Interactive Brainwriting Session

2.3.3 After the Brainwriting Session

2.4 Variations and Extensions to Brainwriting

2.4.1 Brainwriting Pool

2.4.2 Brainwriting 6-3-5

2.4.3 The Card-Exchange Technique

2.4.4 One Idea, Quick Pass

2.4.5 Crawford Slip Method

2.5 Major Issues in the Use of Brainwriting

2.5.1 Why Use Brainwriting When Our Team Already Knows About Group Brainstorming?

2.6 Data Analysis

2.6.1 Types of Data

2.6.2 Analysis Techniques

2.7 What Do You Need to Use the Brainwriting Method? ...

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