• Immediately after the brainwriting session, copy all ideas to sticky notes.
  • Participants, either as a group or individually, should begin arranging ideas into related “clusters.” This is simply a sorting process; there is generally no discussion of which ideas are better or worse.
  • The group agrees on a label to put on each cluster.
  • If an idea can fit into two or more clusters, duplicates may be made.
  • Clusters can stand individually if the goal is just to get a bunch of ideas. If some consensus must be reached, discussion can begin about which clusters to merge or eliminate (What Is “Brainwriting?”).

Source: https://www.pmi.org/learning/library/importance-innovation-project-management-9858

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