Brainwriting  Analysis


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The big picture:

The concept of brainwriting is considered very similar to that of brainstorming. However, brainwriting is perceived to be much more effective as it involves all participants on an equal basis. Both introverts and extroverts may participate and more ideas are considered to be produced in less time. In particular, the aim of brainwriting 6-3-5 is to generate 108 new ideas in…

When to use it:

Similar to brainstorming, this technique may be used to generate a variety of ideas at different stages of the start-up. Whenever a problem occurs, a solution has to be formulated or an element more innovative should be made. Brainwriting techniques may be utilised in…

How to Use the Tool:

All participants may write the problem statement at the top of their worksheet as illustrated below (word for word from an agreed problem definition). They then write 3 ideas on the top row of the worksheet in 5 minutes in a complete and concise sentence (6-10 words)...