Thanks for visiting!
You’re here because you participated in or heard about the “3Ps – People, Place, Process – Perfect Brainstorm” presentation in Atlanta. Thank you for checking out these links.
In addition to the links below, across the top of this page are links to other helpful sections within Idea Sandbox. Please let me know what questions you have.
- CPSI Conference 2011 People, Place, Process Key Slides – Key slides from the presentation I shared on Thur. June 23, 2011 in Atlanta, GA. It is a big file… it’ll take a few minutes to download… But, c’mon… it’ll be worth it! [58.5 MB, PDF]
- Creative License – customize these Creative Licenses to help your participants feel more comfortable about their creative and brainstorming skills. [137kb, PDF]
List of locations great for brainstorming.
- Locations – I keep an updated list of locations in the US and Europe here on the Idea Sandbox site. If you know of any others, please let me know.
- Color Study Research – New York Times article about color research. From 6 February 2009. [88kb, PDF]
Brainstorm Brief – Assists you in building your brainstorming session. Like a creative brief, but to prep for a brainstorm session. Includes a section on Who To Include in your meetings. [66kb, Word Doc]
While not a complete list… new titles are added all the time. These should help you dig deeper into the topics of Problem Solving, Brainstorming, and Creativity.
- Problem Solving – books on the topic of problem solving.
- Brainstorming – books with focus on brainstorming.
- Creativity – titles with content that helps build creativity.
Books Mentioned In The Presentation
101 Creative Problem Solving Techniques
by James M. Higgins
by Kevin & Shawn Coyne
Creative Problem Solver’s Toolbox
by Richard Fobes
by David Gray
Made to Stick
by Chip & Dan Heath
Quick Team-Building Activities for Busy Managers
by Brian Cole Miller
Six Thinking Hats
by Edward De Bono
Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques
by Michael Michalko
Equipment, Supplies & Toys
- Ball of Whacks – Neat “toy” to that helps you think. Developed by author Roger von Oech.