If you’ve been in business any length of time, you’ve probably had to overcome a challenge or two along the way. One of the biggest challenges a business has to overcome in this day and age is the fact that so many people—including the most desirable hires—are choosing to work remotely.
If you’ve worked in an office that promotes teamwork and collaboration for any length of time, then you already know the benefits of brainstorming. But if you’re new to working in a group and you haven’t yet done a brainstorming session, you might be curious what the benefits actually are.
The signs begin to creep up on you: productivity is sluggish, enthusiasm is down, and new ideas just aren’t happening. You sense there’s a problem but you can’t quite put your finger on what happened to change your work environment from one with high output to one that is crashing under its own dead weight.
Nothing is worse than starting a project only to realize that you aren’t as prepared as you thought you were. Being unprepared for a big installation can potentially cost you money that you hadn’t budgeted for the project.