Methods & facilitation
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Imagine you have just finished a successful brainstorming session and you're sitting in front of a long list of great ideas. Now what? Gijs van Wulfen shares five important learnings on how to pick the right idea. Think different. How to Pick the Right Idea?
As of May 1st, 2012, InnovationTools.com and InnovationManagement.se, the two leading websites for sharing new knowledge and inspiration on the topic of innovation, are now a part of the Global Innovation Network. This combined entity will facilitate an increased sharing of knowledge, best practices, tools and related resources among innovation practitioners and other professionals who want to bring the discipline of innovation to their organizations. InnovationTools, one of the earliest sources of innovation management content online, launched in 2002 and has become the world’s largest and most trusted website on the topics of innovation, creativity and brainstorming, with an audience concentrated in North America. InnovationManagement, established in 2007, is a fast-growing hub of innovation knowledge and practice with a concentration of users in Europe. The Two Leading Innovation Websites Join Forces to Create the World’s Largest Aggregated Audience of Innovation Management Professionals
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Facilitation in Context: challenging some basic principles.
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Accepted 31 July 2007. published online 20 September 2007. An analysis of the concept of experiential learning indicates that it is the product of reflection upon experience, with the nature of the reflection and the quality of the experience, being significant to the overall learning. The outcomes of experiential learning appear to be diverse; ranging from the acquisition of a new skill or personal development through to social consciousness raising. Nurse Education Today - Experiential learning and its facilitation
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Developing teams using the Kolb Team Learning Experience
Guidance - facilitation, ideation, etc