Why “no idea is a bad idea” is a bad idea

Sue Unerman debunks brainstorming myths

“No idea is a bad idea” is one of the sacred rules of brainstorming. The concept is based on the theory that ideas are like young plants. Rain too hard on them and they will wilt away.

Don’t criticise. Warm them in the greenhouse of sunshine approval.

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