POWER is a tool that we will use to power-up the most appealing solution that came from our ideation session.
POWER asks five basic questions:
By answering theses questions, we will be able to come up with an improved solution.
This activity usually takes place during:
The Productive Thinking model is a six-step problem-solving and opportunity-finding methodology that builds on 50 years of research by the Creative Education Foundation, 30 years of research by NASA, and five years of field testing. It combines the situation analyses and ideation strengths of CEF’s methodology with the success criteria and project mapping techniques of NASA’s iDEF methodology.
Please formulate the initial concepts or solutions, the ones that you want to Power-Up in 1 to 3 sentences.
You can also attach any additional documents that might be needed for the session.
Note: POWER has been invented and designed by Tim Hurson and is one of the Productive Thinking tools presented in his book Think Better.
Analyze your concepts or solutions:
Click on each card and fill-in the answers.
Now it is time to improve your solutions or concepts:
Again, click on a card to write-down the answers to the questions.
Click on each card to assess the different solutions or concepts around the 2 criteria.
Look at the results of the votes and decide on the next steps.