Although some teams are not inclined to face brainstorming sessions in the company, this method encourages the creativity and the openness to new ideas.
It creates a proactive listening environment and encourages the team spirit. It facilitates the breaking of classic working methods and induces the participants to move away from their own mental patterns and methodological customs, to the benefit of creativity and imagination.
It’s commonly said that the more diverse the group, the greater the potential for innovative ideas. However, it doesn’t always work out this way. Challenges tend to be accentuated within multicultural teams and this article gives us some examples. For all the details click on the following link: https://hbr.org/2016/05/leading-a-brainstorming-session-with-a-cross-cultural-team