1. complete list
The most efficient method with the highest probability that an idea will really improve or change into a better idea is to apply the complete question list to an idea.
You should spend at least a few minutes on each question and think it through. This is the most challenging way to work with the list.
Important: Write down all the answers to the questions – this will make the idea generation process even more effective.
2. spontaneously appropriate questions
The second option is to read through the list of questions and write down the numbers of the questions that feel exciting in relation to the ideas. These questions will then take longer to answer. It is also possible to hold a whole idea-finding workshop for individual questions.
3. question lottery with the team
Variant three is called the question lottery, it is more aimed at a team that wants to tune a certain idea. For this purpose, all questions on our list are written on e.g. moderation cards or printed out. The participants of the team form teams of 2 and each team draws a question card blindly.
Afterwards, each team of 2 carries out a creative work to answer the drawn question as creatively as possible. After 30 minutes all teams present their answers. Afterwards, new pairs are formed, each of which draws a new question card.