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GAMESTORMING : A STRATEGY TO CREATE BETTER STRATEGIES

GAMESTORMING : A STRATEGY TO CREATE BETTER STRATEGIES

Article Published: May 4, 2016

Before we talk about Gamestorming, let’s bury the lead to set the stage a little bit…

What do you think of when you hear the word “brainstorming?”

Like many, you may be quickly reminded of many meetings with high hopes, but that were short on solving real problems. There is a reason why – because unstructured groups generate less creativity than when those same people work individually.

We all know the drill – the team rallies together, participation is encouraged from all, and the meeting organizer assures everyone to speak openly.  The meeting starts and BOOM – the loudest people dominate the discussion, all while stick-figures, flowers, and grocery lists are scribbled on to notepads by the rest in frustration. And while a good idea or three may have been generated, one must question how many amazing ideas were muted by the shapeless brainstorming sessions.

There must be a better way! LeftIris Communications has some serious insight. Read more here.

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