We do a fair amount of meetings around IMAGO that are centered around idea generation. We’re constantly looking for ways to improve our process. I ran across this article about leading certain kinds of meetings using a brainwriting instead of traditional brainstorming techniques. I am going to give it a try and I’ll let you know what I think.
Have any of you tried this approach?
Interesting article by Baba Shiv on the Stanford Business site about creativity.
Read the full article here.
The key: Maintain high levels of serotonin and dopamine through 3 key things:
- Get enough sleep – quality deep sleep is the key
- Eat a high-protein breakfast
- Exercise (considering a brisk walk before an afternoon meeting or walk and talk)
Not things that are shocking, but good reminders, especially for those days we have longer creative meetings.
This is the best video on creativity I have seen this year. I’ve watched it a few times and still finding more things to think about and discuss.
Just read a really good article about creativity and leadership. How music, weather, schedules and distractions play into helping a group of people creatively problem solve.
You can find the article HERE.