Google “is brainstorming dead” and you’ll get about 1.9 million hits. I’m not sure which fact is more interesting; the number of results or the clear interest in trying to find the answer? And everyone and their cousin has weighed in on the discussion, from the now dubious Jonah Lehrer to Fast Company, Forbes, the New York Times, and every creativity blog known the mankind. Apparently I’m a little late to the game. Whatever. Here’s my two cents. Brainstorming is not dead. Brainstorming gets a critically and terminally bad rap because – wait for it – people don’t know how to do it! It’s like blaming a recipe for turning… Read more >