Alan Dix - research and innovation techniques
Away Day - Session 9 - 11am Wednesday 29th November 2000
For all your long or short research career you have probably been trying to think of good ideas, now is your chance to think of a really BAD IDEA.
This session is based on part of my notes on research methods and innovation, which also includes ways to analyse literature, find critical areas, generate ideas, etc. (This contains little of what you would expect to find in a 'research methods' course, but various things you may not.)
Thanks also to Steve Alexander for giving me a reference to Chindogu, which bears similarities but with some differences: