Just as a race car needs the right fuel to achieve peak performance, so does a world-class R&D team need the right kind of imagination to generate momentum.
R&D teams are like artists. They need a space to be creative. That's where facilitated ideation workshops come in.
Do you have an excellent idea for a brand but don't know where to start? Are you looking for a creative way to develop new branding concepts?
This blog post will discuss the four golden rules for ideation sessions. These rules will help you capture brilliant ideas every time!
Concept generation generates new ideas or concepts for products or services; this can be done individually or in groups.
Brainstorming is a group method of creative problem-solving frequently used in product concept generation.
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We even have to generate ideas we don't usually think of. Sometimes, we have to do things that seem outright impossible.
Ideation workshops are a great way to come up with new and innovative ideas.
This article will explore the differences between two common methods used to generate new ideas - Facilitated Ideation and Company Brainstorming.
Ever have a great idea while showering? It turns out you're not alone! But what's the difference between ideation sessions and shower thoughts? Read on to find out.
In this post, we’ll discuss the eleven benefits of ideation for your team or business.
Ideation workshops are a great way to come up with new product ideas, but what do you do with them afterwards? Here's a look at the typical outcomes of a workshop.
In this article, we'll try and explain what a workshop facilitator does in the context of new product development projects.
Ideation workshops are a great way to come up with new product ideas, but if the ground rules aren't set beforehand, they can quickly turn into a mess.
If we do a new product ideation workshop, the facilitators will have a general plan for what to do. However, we do need to understand your business and team a bit more.