Andrew Gobran

1519 days ago

Brainstorming for questions rather than answers makes it easier to push past cognitive biases and venture into uncharted territory.

Better Brainstorming

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About 20 years ago I was leading a brainstorming session in one of my MBA classes, and it was like wading through oatmeal. We were talking about something that many organizations struggle with: how to build a culture of equality in a male-dominated environment.