You thought you did everything possible to plan your brainstorming session so your team would generate lots of awesome ideas.
But now that you’ve gotten started, you realize that the session is failing. Some participants aren’t . . . well, participating. A few loudmouths are doing all the talking. And nobody is coming up with any viable ideas.
Can this brainstorm be saved? Absolutely, says Brian Cole Miller, author of Quick Brainstorming Activities for Busy Managers.