Blindspotting

Finding blind spots, der Unsympath

This is a creativity technique that reveals aspects that can easily slip your attention.


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What is Blindspotting?

What we like and what we don't like influences the way we think and the type of ideas we like. Why would we create an idea we don't like? This technique deliberately asks that question by empathically stepping into someone's mind we don't like at all. This gives us the chance to leave our standard paths of thinking. It is a good exercise

  • if you are looking for new ideas in an area you are very familiar with
  • if you keep coming up with the same ideas
  • as an instrument to check weaknesses of your idea and possible problems you haven't thought about.

-if you are looking for new ideas in an area you are very familiar with
-if you keep coming up with the same ideas
-as an instrument to check weaknesses of your idea and possible problems you haven't thought about.

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Categories
  • Idea generator
  • Problem Solving
  • Social skills
Innovation Phases
  • 2 Creating an Innovation-Friendly Culture
  • 3 Fostering New Perspectives & Ways of Thinking
  • 4 Idea Generation
  • 5 Grounding the Idea
Train the Trainer seminars including Blindspotting can be found here: