I have been thinking a lot of about structured brainstorming games (as I have talked a bit about in a past article) and may publish a book of my favorite ones. I notice I use such games, not only in team building exercises (as actual activities or simply as warm-ups to bigger activities) but also in teaching (sometimes, I teach art classes) and during networking events. Finally, I find brainstorming games that are structured to be good standard exercises for a thinktank or other [problem-solving group.

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