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Brainstorming Reinvented
A Corporate Communications Guide to Ideation

  • Linda Conway Correll - Department of Advertising, College of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida, and Senior Visiting Faculty, Mudra Institute of Communications

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Marketing | Neuro-Psychology

© 2005 | 230 pages | SAGE Response
Linda Correll offers a radical new way to speed up the creative process through the technique of `creative aerobics'. This concept uses four mental exercises that develop elasticity between the left and the right brain - the analytical and creative sides - allowing them access to solutions outside their present problem-solving techniques.

Key features of this technique are: it is process driven and participative; it increases productivity of ideas, without anxiety; and it is rooted in what participants do on a regular basis.

It will be a useful book for all those who wish to explore creativity within themselves.

 
What Is Brainstorming, Anyway?
 
Creative Aerobics
The Corporate/Agency Tool Kit  
 
Creative Aerobic One: The Facto Factor
 
Creative Aerobic Two: Naming Names
 
Creative Aerobic Three: How Differences Attract
 
Creative Aerobic Four: Heightening Product Visibility by Raising/Razing Your Sights/Sites
 
More Four/For/Fore
 
Watch Your Language
An Abstract Look at Words  
 
Putting Your New Tools to Work
 
Applying Creative Aerobics to Internal Communications
 
Applying Creative Aerobics to External Communications
 
Creative Aerobics and Print Advertising
 
Getting in Touch with Your Customers
 
Creative Aerobics and Strategy
 
Using the CWP to Write Ads
 
The Positioning Line
A Slogan by Any Other Name  
 
Creative Aerobics and Radio Advertising
 
Creative Aerobics and Television Advertising
 
Creative Thinking from Advertising's Best Writers

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Linda Conway Correll

Linda Correll is Senior Visiting Professor at Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad and Assistant Professor at the Department of Advertising, College of Journalism and Communications, University of Florida. More About Author

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