Apparently group brainstorming doesn't necessarily produce more or better ideas than individuals brainstorming on their own. Studies show, however, that it does improve teamwork and morale. Keeping a team on-page about the thinking behind an idea is invaluable to maintaining focus and motivation.
With that in mind, here's a refresher on the four basic rules on brainstorming, for individuals and groups alike:
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