The power and impact of working together to solve a problem is well documented - bringing together the collective knowledge of a group of people allows them to share insight and experiences. Historically it's been difficult to get everyone together to have 'in person' meetings and we know that hybrid meetings with some people present and some online are not always the best experiences.
However, working remotely means it's much easier to get the right people together. Research shows that during idea generation, individuals think differently about a problem than if they work alone. In this insightful and timely article, it covers the best approach and practical tips for a well run and effective Brainstorming session. With no shortage of tough problems to solve, it's vital that these meetings continue to deliver innovative and practical solutions.
In the age of Covid-19, many of us are no longer working together in the same rooms — but we still need to generate ideas collaboratively. Fortunately, even in a remote environment there are several approaches that can help you solve complex problems effectively.