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Have the members of the group write down their ideas on the post-it notes without discussion with others so there is no intimidation by individuals in the group to only have their ideas be presented. Step 2 Display the ideas. Post the ideas on a board, wall, or the table in a random manor so that everyone can see...
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Post the ideas on a board, wall, or the table in a random manor so that everyone can see. Here is an example of an Affinity Diagram for a small automotive dealership's service department that is not making an efficient profit margin. See the example below (reduced size) Display ideas Step 3 Sort the ideas into related groups...
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Business Ideas For Those Without Ideas   functional roles of group members   Individuals Lead to the Best Group Decisions   New Ideas are Bad ideas   Dionysus- some ideas   “The ruling ideas of the age are ever the ideas of the ruling class.” – Marx & Engles   Norman Nicholson uses childhood as a means of exploring other ideas in Rising Five. Identify the ideas of the poem and comment on the ways in which they are presented.   Different Ideas Of What Is Tru   Are There Any Innate Ideas?   a worl of new ideas   affinity diagram   Machiavelli'S Ideas   Plato's Ideas   Discussion Group   bad ideas never die  
 
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