There’s a better way than pulling a group together to brainstorm. Really?
Executives often use the word brainstorming to describe an approach for randomly throwing out ideas that are then shared with a group of peers, quickly judged, and more often than not . . . are dubious, if not worthless, and quickly dismissed.
No longer should you have to endure so-called brainstorming sessions that fall short of expectations, never seem to accomplish their objectives, and turn out to be a complete waste of time.
Instead, we meticulously plan and then bring people together as a group in a workshop setting that is unexpected, dynamic, yet choreographed and calibrated.
Using a variety of exercises to stimulate participants and excite their brains and expand their minds, plus the power of AI, we methodically and systematically trigger new thinking, bring bold ideas to life, and ignite innovation.