Brainwriting: The Team Hack To Generating Better Ideas
Outline/Structure of the Keynote
- Ideas are the key to innovation
- History of brainstorming
- What is brainwriting?
- Putting it into practice
- Wrap up
Anyone who leads ideation sessions.
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