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Probably everyone knows the killer phrase: “Yes, but …”. Time and time again, we hear this in meetings, workshops, and ideation sessions. The effect is then usually that participants do not respond to each other and complement or refine their ideas, but rather worlds of thoughts and ideas are built up side by side.

The “Yes but – Yes and method” tries to make this fact transparent and then learn from it.

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