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In the previous video, your group selected a brainstorming exercise and generated asmany ideas as possible. In this activity, you will review your ideasand select the one that is most likely to help you achieve your goal.
Spend 10 minutes on this process. Don’t go into detail about how you’ll implementthe ideas yet. You can do that later on. Choose a timekeeper and make sure that persongives a 2-minute warning before time is up. To help narrow down your ideas, ask questionslike: Does this help us achieve our main goal?
Do we have enough time and resources to put this into action?
Or, narrow down your list by combining similar ideas.
There are many methods to narrow down your ideas as a group.
If you are all sitting together, you could: Break into small groups to pick your favoriteideas together, or have your facilitator take a vote to findthe most popular ideas.
If you are not in the same location, or if there are members who prefer not to sharealoud, each person could: Leave comments within the exercise, rankingtheir top idea. Add their initials.
Then, review the comments and initials to see which are the most popular.
No matter which method you use, it is very important to select one idea by the end ofthe 10 minutes so you can begin working toward your ultimate goal.
Remember, each person spent time thinking creatively, so offer feedback respectfullyif you’re discussing as a group.
Instead of saying an idea is “good” or “bad,” explain why you think one couldbe successful, or why it might be challenging to implement.
To begin, open the brainstorming exercise you completed as a group.
You will learn a strategy for narrowing down ideas based on your brainstorming exercise,but there are many ways to select a top idea. Combine strategies or try them across anyof the brainstorming exercises. If you completed the Brainwriting with GoogleSpreadsheets exercise, record your top ideas by highlighting the row in the spreadsheetwhere the idea is listed.
If you completed the Mind Mapping with Google Drawings exercise, show your top idea by boldingthe text.
If your group completed the Outlining with Google Docs exercise, show your top idea byadding a new section to the outline.
Discuss your ideas as a group and list your final selection as a bullet point under thenew header.
Now it’s your turn:Open your brainstorming exercise and narrow down ideas,Spend 10 minutes selecting 1 idea, If you used Brainwriting, highlight a rowwithin the spreadsheet. If you used Mind Mapping, bold the text inyour drawing. And if you used Outlining, create a new headerand bulleted list in the document.