Peer-reviewed Brainstorming to Facilitate Large Group Collaboration

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2017-01-04
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Helquist, Joel
Kruse, John
Diller, Christopher
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This paper examines the impact of peer-reviewed brainstorming on the quality of brainstorming ideas. Peer-reviewed brainstorming aims to improve the quality of the brainstorming ideas and reduce the number of noisy comments. A pilot study was conducted that compared traditional, free brainstorming to a peer-reviewed brainstorming process, which requires each idea to be reviewed and edited by peers. The peer-review process did reduce the number of low quality ideas. This process was also rated higher in satisfaction ratings than traditional brainstorming.
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brainstorm, peer-review, quality, group support systems
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9 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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