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  1. 1. KnowBrainer Tool Fans 1 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  2. 2. 5 Steps of Training to Master theArt and Science of Innovation5. Innovation Master Certifications 4. Innovation Leadership & Management3. Innovation Technique Skills TECHNIQUE Skills #3 2. Innovation Process Improvement1. Innovation Tool Basics5 Ways Your KnowBrainer Will Help You 2 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  3. 3. The KnowBrainer Has Two Sides to Maximize Brain Stimulation Front Side Back SideStages 1 & 2 Stages 3 & 4The KnowBrainer Stimulates over500% More Creativity ThanTraditional BrainstormingTechniques TestingConductedatMajorUniversities 3 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  4. 4. What Stimulates Your Brain? Card 4: SelfInstructional 4 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  5. 5. Top 8 Techniques Connect toStimulusBasic Innovation TechniquesOverview 5 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  6. 6. 3 Possible ROLES for Techniques StimulatorThinker Recorder Selects and reveals Reacts to cards and Takes notes and KnowBrainer cards thinks of ideas records ideas 4 Collaboration Options for TechniquesSingle: 1 PersonDuo: 2 People Assumes All Roles Thinker 1. Stimulator Stimulator/Recorder 2. Thinker 3. RecorderTrio: 3 PeopleGroups/Teams Stimulator Multiple Roles Thinker Stimulators ThinkersRecorder Recorders 6 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  7. 7. 4 Methods for Using KnowBrainer CardsSEQUENTIALRANDOM Stages in order Stages at random Cards in order Cards at randomFOCUS FAN Reveal 1 card at a time Reveal several cards at once Think about 1 card at a time Think about several cards4 Learning Guides for Techniques 1 2 3 4 7 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  8. 8. Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used (Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images) 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by theStimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder Stimuli Types to Use: Questions, Nouns, Verbs, Quotes, Images Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:UseKnowBrainer 3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator CardstoStimulateIdeas Respond quickly with as much detail as possible Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker Take notes of ideas generated Write quickly and clearly Abbreviate if needed Monitor use of time 8 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  9. 9. Technique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus/stimuli? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique? 6 Innovation Techniques Menu 9 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  10. 10. Questionating Technique Questionate toInnovateQuestionating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: QUESTIONS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by theStimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time10 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  11. 11. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder Stimulus Type to Use: Questions Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:UseKnowBrainer 3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator CardstoStimulateIdeas Respond quickly with as much detail as possible Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker Take notes of ideas generated Write quickly and clearly Abbreviate if needed Monitor use of timeTechnique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique?11 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  12. 12. 6 Innovation Techniques MenuNounating Top 6TechniquesConnect to Stimulus12 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  13. 13. Nounating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: NOUNS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing cards (Sequential or Random) 4. Select and reveal KnowBrainer cards to the Thinker and Recorder THINKER 1. Identify a primary goal, challenge, problem or question 2. Brainstorm ideas, associations and connections stimulated by cards selected by theStimulator RECORDER 1. Take notes of ideas generated by the Thinker that relate to goal 2. Monitor use of time13 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  14. 14. 1. Identify ROLES, STIMULI, STAGES, METHODS and TIME Roles: Stimulator, Thinker, Recorder Stimulus Type to Use: Nouns Stages to Use: Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate Method of Revealing Cards: Sequential or Random Time Allocation: Total Minutes and Time per StageTechnique2. STIMULATOR Reveals Cards to Thinker and Recorder Select cards (Sequential or Random Method)DIRECTIONS Show each card so it is VISIBLE to the Thinker and Recorder Speak each card so it is clearly HEARD by Thinker and Recorder GOAL:UseKnowBrainer 3. THINKER Reacts to Cards Revealed by Stimulator CardstoStimulateIdeas Respond quickly with as much detail as possible Skip or pass on cards that do not stimulate ideas 4. RECORDER Records Ideas Generated by Thinker Take notes of ideas generated Write quickly and clearly Abbreviate if needed Monitor use of timeTechnique REVIEW 1. What did you LIKE about this technique? 2. How did it feel to use the selected stimulus? 3. What happened when you were the STIMULATOR? 4. What happened when you were the THINKER? 5. What happened when you were RECORDER ? 6. What might be changed or improved to make this technique more effective? 7. How many ideas might be generated using this technique? 8. When or where might people use this technique?14 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  15. 15. 6 Innovation Techniques Menu Verbating on Top 6 TechniquesConnect to Stimulus15 Copyright 2012 by Gerald Solutionman Haman Version 2.1InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com info@InnovationTrainingWorkshops.com Thinkubator Chicago, USA
  16. 16. Verbating Technique Verbate to Innovate Verbating Technique ROLES STIMULATOR 1. Determine TYPES of stimuli to be used: VERBS 2. Determine STAGES of process to be used (Investigate, Create, Evaluate, Activate) 3. Determine METHOD of Revealing c