Overview[ edit ] Definitions of complexity often depend on the concept of a confidential " system " — a set of parts or elements that have relationships among them differentiated from relationships with other elements outside the relational regime. Many definitions tend to postulate or assume that complexity expresses a condition of numerous elements in a system and numerous forms of relationships among the elements. However, what one sees as complex and what one sees as simple is relative and changes with time.
But what is the value of holding strategy sessions, and why do so many of them feel like such huge wastes of time? Is there really a way for brainstorming to consistently yield creative results? The answer is that strategy sessions can be catalysts for creative, innovative, and collaborative breakthroughs, but we often struggle with effectively utilizing multiple brains in the same space.
Although there will always be moments when you hit mental blocks or slow-downs in your strategy sessions, there are certain fundamentals that we often forget or underestimate that can keep your strategy sessions on track. Be at your peak performance Speaking of underestimating fundamentals: Imagine playing a game of catch where your partner is too tired to participate.
Instead of catching the ball and throwing it back, your partner stares blankly as your throw bounces off of his head and falls to the ground. Now imagine your idea doing the same thing. With so many elements that can throw us off our game, it is important to take control of the basics so that we can effectively contribute to strategy sessions.
These simple acts of betterment can improve our chances at having great strategy sessions. Instead, try to make your strategy session a space where presentation of new ideas and lively debate over these ideas are both encouraged and practiced.
The key is to listen. Find the best ideas and push each other on what makes those ideas so perfect for accomplishing your goals. On a related note, dare to challenge new ideas as they come up. Sometimes poking holes in great ideas can help you look through to see even better ones. Create small goals, but keep the big ones in mind, too While it is important to be flexible and open to ideas, strategy sessions should have clear, specific goals so that these ideas are focused.
There are two important techniques to practice when it comes to setting and meeting goals: The first is to make your goals small, reasonable, achievable, and detailed in their tasks. But if you break up the wireframing process into measurable chunks, such as individual pages in the checkout process, the team can think of ideas to make each page as good as possible.
You might also consider focusing on certain elements of your project individually, such as content strategy, user interaction, usability, and then layout structure.
The second, equally as important technique for setting and meeting goals is to make sure that your broader goals remain in the front of your mind. You can improve the focus and the productivity of your strategy session by setting big goals and dividing them up into measurable tasks.
Try writing the bigger goal on a whiteboard to help you stay focused. But having too many leads will have the opposite effect, causing disorder and stagnating progress.
Make time constraints that push productivity without debilitating the creative mind While some amount of time pressure is good, unrealistic constraints are toxic to the creative process in strategy sessions. Brainstorms need ample time to be fluid.
But how can you determine the optimal amount of time for pushing productivity without hindering performance? Consider making adjustments of five or ten minutes to your meetings in order to gauge how more or less time affects productivity.
Seeing the impact of these small adjustments can help you find the sweet spot between pressure-induced brilliance and freedom-inspired creativity. Eliminate distractions Have you ever had that sensation where you knew an idea was trying to formulate itself in your head?
You know, the feeling that then promptly forces you to close your eyes, focus intensely, and will yourself to clearly understand the quiet whisper of inspiration? Now imagine someone chewing, incessantly, on shelled nuts beside you. It is hard enough already to stay focused!
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