At some point, we've all been forced to endure meetings centered on the usually frustrating and rarely productive strategy for generating ideas known as brainstorming.Hamstrung by undisciplined thinking, these sessions often suffer from directionless stream-of-consciousness chatter, unclear action steps, and the inevitable devil's advocates who bring creativity to a halt. At the end, no innovation solutions have emerged, people are frustrated and cynical, and business begins to suffer. There must be a better way. In ...

Brainsteering: A Better Approach to Breakthrough Ideas 2011, HarperBusiness, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780062006196