635 Brainwriting

Smarter idea generation for effective content.

How to generate 108 ideas in 30 minutes – guaranteed

 
Where do you find good ideas?

With Tecmark 635, you can now guarantee more than 100 ideas in just half an hour.

Professor Bernd Rohrbach first revealed his innovative method in 1968.

He needed:

  • Six people
  • A question or problem
  • A five-minute timer

Each person is given five minutes to write three answers to the problem.

After five minutes, each person passes their worksheet clockwise. After five more five-minute rounds, you’re done.

Every five minutes the team produces 18 ideas, bringing the final tally to 108 in just 30 minutes.

But there’s one big problem with professor Rohrbach’s method: everyone had to be in the same room.
 

Bringing 635 Brainwriting to modern business

Now updated to meet modern-day needs, your team can use the Tecmark 635 tool remotely.

By bringing brainwriting online, up to 10 people in different places can take part.

And you can also make other changes to suit your needs.
 

What are the advantages?

Tecmark 635 is a brilliant free brainwriting tool.

  • Straightforward, quick and easy to learn
  • Encourages sharing and exchanging knowledge
  • Prevents quieter team members from being dominated – a situation that often occurs in traditional brainstorming
  • Start with a group as small as two people – or as big as 10
  • Change the amount of rounds, and length of rounds, to suit you

 

Use Tecmark 635 for free

Click here now to start using Tecmark 635 for free.

Or watch our video guide below before you start.
 

Watch our video guide


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