Anyone or any organization who wants to collect ideas can launch and share an online brainstorming session.
Here are some examples of people/organizations who can share an online brainstorming session:
For example: people in a marketing department can launch an online brainstorming session to collect ideas from clients or internet users, find the name for a new product, find a base line, buzz ideas, ideas for special events, or test a potential market. The company can also reward the best idea or ideas with gifts and/or money awards.
» See how Schutzenberger (a brewing company) did it (FR)
For example: managing leaders in a company can launch a brainstorming session to collect ideas from their employees on how to improve overall performance, improve routine tasks, reduce waste, find new ideas for new products, new added services for a product…The company can also reward the best idea or ideas with gifts and/or money awards.
» Access to a brainstorming can either be private or restricted
For example: a group of small cities can launch a brainstorming session to collect ideas on which new investments are needed for a neighborhood, news ideas to boost local tourism or employment, how to develop social networks, how to promote an area on an international level… The public organization can also reward the best idea or ideas with gifts and/or money awards.
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For example: a brainstorming session can help a webmaster increase internet traffic, improve the website’s ergonomics, find out the site’s best features and those missing by posting the following questions: what new feature would you like on yourwebsite.com, how can we improve our site’s overall design, what new design would you suggest?...Downloading our widget on yourwebsite.com will be a powerful tool to collect new ideas and suggestions.
» See how BFmania (gaming cards website) did it (FR)
For example: John wants to surprise his girlfriend Sandra on her birthday. He launches a brainstorming session to collect ideas from their friends. Each friend can suggest one or several ideas, then vote which one he or she likes best.