Brainstorm Business

Hartman, Taylor
February 2005
Leadership Excellence;Feb2005, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p14
Examines the significance of brainstorming in helping work teams to come up with innovative ideas, products, services, and solutions. Evaluation of the personalities of employees that participates in brainstorming sessions; Ground rules in brainstorming sessions; Phases of brainstorming sessions.


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