Round Robin Brainstorming

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What is Round Robin Brainstorming

Round robin brainstorming is a group brainstorming technique that involves each member of the group taking turns suggesting ideas or solutions to a problem. It is a structured approach to brainstorming that helps to ensure that all members of the group have an equal opportunity to contribute.

The purpose of round-robin brainstorming is to generate as many ideas or solutions as possible in a short period of time. It is often used to identify potential solutions to a problem or to generate creative ideas for a new product or service.

There are several key components to round-robin brainstorming:

  1. Group size: Round-robin brainstorming is typically done with a small group of people, typically between 5 and 10.
  2. Structure: The group follows a structured process, with each member taking turns suggesting ideas or solutions.
  3. Time limits: The group works within a set time frame, typically between 15 and 30 minutes.
  4. No criticism: During the brainstorming session, there is no criticism or evaluation of ideas. All ideas are accepted and recorded for later review.
  5. Idea generation: The group focuses on generating as many ideas as possible, without worrying about the feasibility or practicality of the ideas.

Round-robin brainstorming can be an effective technique for generating ideas and solutions in a group setting. It encourages participation from all members of the group and helps to ensure that all ideas are considered and recorded. However, it may not be suitable for all situations, as it may not allow for in-depth discussion or evaluation of ideas.

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