Enhancing Ideational Creativity in Groups
Lessons from Research on Brainstorming
This chapter reviews the various social and cognitive factors which affect the generation of ideas in groups. It focuses on ways that one can marshal the social and cognitive processes to demonstrate that group ideation can in fact exceed individual ideation in both the quantity and the quality of ideas produced.
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