Choose Index below for a list of all words and phrases defined in this glossary.

Method 653

index | Index

Method 653 - definition(s)

Method 653 - is a variation of brainstorming developed by B Rohrbach. This method involves '6' people generating and writing down '3' potential solutions after studying a problem. After a set period of time, the solutions are handed to the next participant, who then either further develops the original three solutions ideas or provides three new ones. The handing over of potential solutions to the next person continues until everyone in the group gets a chance to see each of the original three solutions and contribute to the document. This method may generate less creative solutions because mostly individual nature of the contributions does not take advantage of group discussions.

[Category=Quality ]

Source: The Quality Portal, 15 April 2011 09:53:29, External 




Data Quality Glossary.  A free resource from GRC Data Intelligence. For comments, questions or feedback: