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There are SO many things that you could be doing to grow your business, but only 24 hours in a day. So how do you decide which ideas will make the most difference to your bottom line? And how do you get results – fast? Tune in to Idea Time for tools, tips and interviews to find out how

Idea Generation Activities for Online Meetings

April 30, 2021

Our ideas are our competitive currency. They are what differentiate us, our team and our organisation from everyone else. They’re at the heart of innovation because, of course, everything starts with an idea. 

 But getting your team to have great ideas in your online meetings and remote workshops can be a challenge. Especially these days, when we are still spending so much time on Zoom, MS Teams, Google Hangouts and other platforms.  

 In this week’s show I’ll share some of my favourite, tried-and-tested idea generation activities that will add some creative sparks to your remote meetings and online events. They’ll infuse your virtual facilitation with dynamism, and your online workshops, innovation and design sprints with purposeful positivity and energy.  

 To find out more about my virtual facilitation, have a look at https://www.bigbangpartnership.co.uk/virtual-facilitation/ 

 Tune in to find out how I use these innovation, brainstorming and creativity techniques in my virtual facilitation to get everyone engaged, problem-solving and solution finding: 

  • Thirty circles 
  • Random stimulus 
  • Exaggeration 
  • S.C.A.M.P.E.R. 
  • Exaptation 
  • Inspired by greatness 
  • And more…! 

 For more free innovation and facilitation resources, go to https://www.bigbangpartnership.co.uk/resources/ and fill your boots with lots of great stuff! 

 To explore more content on how to get ideas flowing in online meetings, you might enjoy this article, too https://www.bigbangpartnership.co.uk/how-to-get-ideas-flowing-in-online-meetings/ 

 I’d love to hear your favourites, too, and answer any questions you have. Please do let me know what you think in the comments.