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The Big Book of Brainstorming Games: Quick, Effective Activities That Encourage Out-of-the-Box Thinking, Improve Collaboration, and Spark Great Ideas! by Mike Mulvilhill, Mary Scannell

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5Active Paradigm Shifts

Genius is one percent inspiration, and ninety-nine percent perspiration.

—Thomas Edison

Warp Speed

OBJECTIVES

• To engage in creative problem solving as a group

• To involve everyone in the brainstorming process

• To experience how having a challenging goal can spur creativity

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Group Size

8 to 16 people

Materials

A tossable object like a beanbag, tennis ball, or small stuffed animal

Time

15 to 20 minutes

Procedure

Starting in a circle, group members must pass a beanbag, tennis ball, small stuffed animal, or other tossable item from one person to the next. The first person selects someone in the group to toss the object ...

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