# 6-3-Methode Nachteile

The 6-3-5 Method is a creative technique that is similar to what is known as Brainwriting. The following is how the technology works: Six participants jot down three ideas on a piece of paper. This is then repeated five times. As a result, the phrase "6-3-5" was coined. When advancing, the ideas of the predecessor are always taken into account and developed further. In the best case scenario, the participants will have 108 different ideas (6 × 3 x 6 = 108). As a result of the participants finishing their idea and wrapping the sheet paper 5 times, there are a total of 6 rounds.

Using the 6-3-5 method, each participant receives one large sheet of paper. This is divided into 18 kstchen with 3 spalten and 6 zeilen. Each participant is asked to write down three ideas (one for each letter of the alphabet) in the first column. Each sheet will be distributed after a reasonable amount of time, ranging from 3 to 5 minutes depending on the difficulty level of the problem. The next step is to try to implement the previously mentioned ideas, as well as to refine and expand on them. The method's name derives from the ideal six group members, who generate three initial ideas and then develop three further ideas based on those three initial ideas (6 Teilnehmer, je 3 Ideen, 5 mal weiterreichen). The 5 in the method's title is often associated with the maximum 5 minutes of processing time, which is not supported by the author's original article.

And, to be sure, the 6-3-5 Methode, like any other Brainwriting-Ansatz, ensures that even introverted people can capture ideas, but it also requires a certain amount of patience. It is therefore possible to discuss the subject in advance (siehe Tipps). Und evtl. kommt es am Zuge der anschlieÃŸenden Diskussion wieder zur Bevorteilung der eher extrovertierten Teilnehmer; in such a case, the Moderator would be required to ensure a fair distribution of redeanteiles among all participants.

Definition of Methode 635

Using the 6-3-5 method, each participant receives one large sheet of paper. This is divided into 18 kstchen with 3 spalten and 6 zeilen. Each participant is asked to write down three ideas (one for each letter of the alphabet) in the first column. Each sheet will be distributed after a reasonable amount of time, ranging from 3 to 5 minutes depending on the difficulty level of the problem. The next step is to try to implement the previously mentioned ideas, as well as to refine and expand on them.

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