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The Myth of Brainstorming

In the January 30, 2012 issue of The New Yorker, author Jonah Lehrer examines one of the staples of Six Sigma–brainstorming. While widely taught as a way to identify problems and solutions, it turns out to be less than useful. Tests of brainstorming over the last sixty years have shown that it produces fewer “feasible” […]

Posted by Jay Arthur in Six Sigma.