SmartStorming® Is More Than Just a Better Way to Brainstorm.
SmartStorming ideation training is an evolution in creative problem-solving methodology. Our step-by-step process and proven tools allow anyone to tackle challenges in new, more innovative ways.
In today’s innovation-driven business world, the ability to consistently generate fresh, new, game-changing ideas is crucial. Yet, it is estimated that over 90 percent of individuals in any industry have received no instruction in creative problem solving, effective idea generation, or brainstorming methodology. The result is “me, too” thinking, poorly facilitated brainstorming sessions, and ultimately few, if any, truly innovative ideas.
SmartStorming provides a range of programs to help individuals and teams strengthen their creative problem-solving abilities. Individuals learn a proven process and powerful techniques to supercharge their idea-generation skills, whether working solo or in brainstorming sessions. And our brainstorm leadership training provides brainstorm facilitators with the essential structure, leadership skills, and ideation tools and techniques necessary to unleash the creative genius of any group.
SmartStorming has been embraced by an international audience of thousands of corporate professionals from a wide range of industries, as well as graduate students at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
SmartStorming: The Game-Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas
can help anyone learn how to consistently plan and facilitate highly effective brainstorms, and to unleash the creative problem-solving genius of any group.
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