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When the moment comes, coup d oeil gives you the signal. You reach back into your quiver, pull out the arrow you need, and let it fly.
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In recent decades, strategic planning has spread down through the Saqqara pyramid, and now all departments have to do it. But how That s easy. The department gets together and brainstorms. In emergent strategy, you do the same thing, except that you do it over and over again, whenever your strategy changes. In the learning organization, you brainstorm spontaneously, in small or large groups that cut across departments. Even in competitive strategy you find a common technique in which a team does all the research it needs, then goes into a room and brainstorms. That s how you arrive at a strategy. So now we ask, what is brainstorming The dictionary defines it as a group problem-solving technique that involves the spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group. The word entered the English language in 1953 thanks to the first book on brainstorming, Applied Imagination, by Alex Osborn.1 Osborn was a founder of the great advertising firm BBDO (his name gave it the O). In 1938, BBDO almost went out of business, thanks to the Great Depression. Osborn came up with brainstorming as a way to get more ideas, fast. He won a major account, B. F. Goodrich. That saved BBDO and gave brainstorming its first official success. Thanks to Osborn s book, brainstorming spread beyond advertising to organizations of all kinds.2 Osborn tells us that science supports his method. The University of Buffalo taught a course in brainstorming, and two professors there studied 330 students over 14 months. Osborn reports that this scientific test showed that subjects who took the course produced 94 percent more good ideas than subjects who did not take the course.3 But again we ask: What is a good idea
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Osborn tells us: The ideas which the researchers scored as good were those which were potentially useful and relatively unique. If we go back to the study Osborn cites, we find that it asked the students to list all possible uses for a wire coat hanger. A good score had two dimensions:
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1. uniqueness degree to which the response departed from the hanger s conventional use 2. value the degree to which the response was judged to have social, economic, aesthetic, or other usefulness.
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We can see right away that the value score depends on who is judging. Nobody tried to implement the ideas that came up during the study, so we have no empirical test of whether they worked or not. Instead, you use your judgment and I use mine to decide what we think is useful. Most likely, the scorers use expert intuition: They think an idea is useful because it resembles something else that s useful. But from the study, we just don t know whether the judges were right. So the value score is not very scientific. That leaves us with uniqueness, and here Osborn shines. The results are beyond question :4
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One group produced 45 suggestions for a home-appliance promotion, 56 ideas for a money-raising campaign, 124 ideas on how to sell more blankets. In another case, groups brainstormed one and the same problem and produced over 800 ideas.
This is what Osborn was really after: lots of different ideas. Nothing less and nothing more, as Osborn himself insists:
In the early 1950s, brainstorming became too popular too fast, with the result that it was frequently misused. Too many people jumped at it as a panacea, then turned against it when no miracles resulted.
The mistake that people made was to believe that group brainstorming was a complete problem-solving process. Instead, for Osborn, it s only one of several phases of idea-finding, which
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