Starbursting Method

Starbursting Method

The starbursting method of brainstorming requires you to think about the who, what, where, when, why, and how for any new idea

The Stepladder Technique

The Stepladder Technique

The stepladder technique encourages each team member to give their personal opinion on a matter without being influenced

SMART Goals

SMART Goals

Each element of the SMART framework works together to create a goal that is carefully planned, clear and trackable

Scamper Method

Scamper Method

The Scamper Method is a creative technique used to expand and improve ideas by testing and questioning them using different approaches

Weighted Scoring

Weighted Scoring

The weighted scoring is a group decision-making method is also great when you need to think carefully about consequences

Idea Starter Cards

Idea Starter Cards

Encourage the generation of new ideas with the simple activity Idea starter cards that encourage creative and disruptive thinking

Virtual Hackathons

Virtual Hackathons

Virtual hackathons are online versions of an event where teams pitch ideas to a panel of judges and a winner is decided

Control Influence Accept Model

Control Influence Accept Model

Control Influence Accept model is a versatile time- and stress-management tool that identifies three ways you can respond to challenges

Structured Controversy

Structured Controversy

Structured controversy facilitates cooperative learning because controversial issues are learned and discussed from multiple perspectives

Problems and Actions

Problems and Actions

The problems and actions activity provides a quick way to brainstorm and select ideas and actions for solving problems affecting the team

Strange New Connections

Strange New Connections

Some of the best ideas seem to come almost by chance when we make strange new connections, generating new ideas is making new connections

Futures Wheel

Futures Wheel

Futures Wheel helps people develop the skill of visual perception that involves organizing and interpreting information and giving it meaning

Negative Brainstorming

Negative Brainstorming

In negative brainstorming, participants write down “bad” solutions to a problem and determine how to turn these ideas into positive ones

The 5 Whys

The 5 Whys

The 5 Whys Problem Solving technique is a simple process to follow to solve any problem by repeatedly asking the question “Why”

Virtual Debate Club

Virtual Debate Club

Virtual Debate Club is an excellent technique for communication skills and encourages your team members to develop public speaking skills

Fishbone Diagram

Fishbone Diagram

Typically used for root cause analysis, a fishbone diagram combines the practice of brainstorming with a type of mind map template

Six Thinking Hats

Six Thinking Hats

Six Thinking Hats is a way of investigating an issue from a variety of perspectives, but in a clear, conflict-free way

Afternoon and Bonfire

Afternoon and Bonfire

The technique of Afternoon and Bonfire is to share experiences, opinions and ideas together when reflecting on a particular topic