How we got 160 people to brainstorm on GroupMap.

 In Business Tips, Case Studies, News

When GroupMap was  invited by digital creative festivals organisers to take our online brainstorming tool out of meeting rooms and classrooms to the general public, we needed a fun, eye catching way to get people’s attention.

The goal was to get people’s ideas about what would make a city more innovative.

Festival folk joined in on the day or online giving us their responses. Everything from changes to transport systems and single owner housing offices through to spaceports and community driven designs were thrown in.

We ended up with over 160 ideas and even a thank you letter from the city’s CEO. Sweet. We also managed to collect creativity tips from industry professionals about what makes them more creative.

 

 

Jeremy is a facilitator, trainer and business manager who is passionate about helping people think better together. He has received recognition as Sessional Teacher of the Year (Curtin University), Young Professional of the Year (AIMWA). His roles have ranged from facilitating workshops and strategy planning days, designing software applications and helping set up sustainability based restaurants in New York and London. He writes about group decision making, collaboration, entrepreneurship and creativity.
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