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Creativity and Effective Electronic Brainstorming (2011)


Ref: ict0040

Creativity and inventiveness are key components of problem solving and investigation, yet despite decades of creativity research, many of the techniques for increasing creative production still compelling theoretical and causal foundations. The purpose of this final year dissertation was to look at the advantages and disadvantages of the original group creative thinking techniques, therefore exploring ways of using advanced electronic and communication technology to improve innovation in organisations. As a result the author has outlined a new electronic brainstorming system called Distributed Brainstorming.


  • 12,000 words - 72 pages in length
  • Excellent use of literature
  • Excellent in depth analysis
  • Well written throughout
  • Includes questionnaire
  • Ideal for IT and business students

1 – DEFINITION AND STUDY SCOPE
Project Definition
Scope of this Project
Aims and Objectives

2 – LITERATURE REVIEW
Analytical and Creative Thinking
What is Verbal Brainstorming?
What is Electronic Brainstorming?
Evaluation of Ideas

3 – RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
The Questionnaire
Interview
Questionnaire Procedure
Questionnaire Results
Interview Procedure
Interview Results

4 – DESIGN OBJECTIVES
Chosen System Development Cycle
Prototyping
Project Objectives
Experience of Systems Development
Design Decisions
Architectural Design of Electronic Brainstorming system

5 – DETAILED DESIGN
Design Solutions
What is Object-Orientation?
Application of Object-Orientation using UML
Stage One – Use Case Modelling
Stage Two – Class Diagram
Stage Three – Class Responsibility Collaboration Cards (CRC)
Stage Four – Interaction Sequence Diagram

6 – EVALUATION
Observational Evaluation
Results of Evaluation

7 - PROJECT CONCLUSION
Conclusion

APPENDIX SECTION


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