- In silence, move one post-it note at a time to create clumps of similar ideas or concepts
- You can move any post-it note, but if it is playing yo-yo, try to understand what the other person is trying to achieve, or identify another option
- Don’t be held to the patterns and groups you first see, but allow them to evolve
- Develop and split the groups so that they can be summarised as clearly focused objectives (eg: “Deliver new products quickly”) not categories
- Everybody is to remain fully engaged from the start to the end of the exercise – no drifting out and back in again
- No talking, physical violence, or using height advantage
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