This is a very fast, relatively quiet and very democratic method of brainstorming.
When to use it
It is particularly useful for collecting ideas from people who are reluctant to offer ideas in a group session or when you need to solve several problems in parallel.
Use it, too, to prevent senior or loud participants dominating a session – this way everyone gets a say, and in silence.
What you will need
Sheets of A4 paper printed with the following headings and a table with as many ‘cells’ as there are people working on the problems or as many as you can fit on a sheet of A4 paper, still leaving space ...
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