Thursday, March 30, 2006

The One-Minute Test

A simple but effective way to ensure everyone is on the same page ...

"Another practice we’ve done for so long that we forget we do it…

Often, when we meet with design teams, we’ll reserve a few minutes at the tail end of the meeting to do an unusual type of wrap-up. We ask each participant in the meeting to, on a sheet of paper, answer the following three questions with a total time limit of 60-seconds:

What was the big idea? (What was the most important thing you heard at the meeting?)
What was your big surprise? (What was the thing you saw or heard that surprised you the most?)
What’s your big question? (What’s the biggest unanswered question you have at this time?)"   continued ...   (Via UIE Brain Sparks)

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