Brainstorming with a large group can be hit or miss. It can feel like pulling teeth if people are disinterested or refuse to participate. There is no doubt that brainstorming sessions can be very useful in business, but they first need to be set up for success.
There are things to do and things to avoid in order to ensure a successful sharing of ideas. In this issue of The Pulse, we explore how to get the best results from your next brainstorming session.
Is there something new you have always wanted to try, or a habit you've wanted to break? The key to accomplishing these goals could be as simple as the passage of time.
The next month will go by whether you like it or not, so you might as well make the most of it. In this issue of The Pulse, we share a TED talk by Matt Cutts, encouraging everyone to try something new for 30 days. Are you up for the challenge?