4.3.7 BIBLIOGRAPHY

Method 6-3-5, InnoSupport Project Platform, viewed 26 May 2008 www.innosupport.net

Pahl and W. Beitz (1996), Engineering Design: A Systematic Approach.

Professor Schuh, Production Management I-Lecture 3-Production Planning & Engineering, can be found at
www.wzl.rwth-aachen.de/en/080d8d8c949a1ac0c1256f190035d886/pm_a_l03.pdf
 
viewed 26 May 2008

Madara Ogot and Gul Okundan-Kremer (2004), Engineering Design: A Project-based Introduction Jack B Revelle, 2004, Quality Essentials: A Reference Guide from A-Z

Brainstorming 2008, Wikimedia Foundations Inc, viewed 26 May 2008, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainstorming  

Creativity Techniques 2008, Wikimedia Foundations Inc, viewed 26 May 2008, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creativity_technique  

Further Reading

James C. Kaufman & Robert J. Sternberg (2006), The International Handbook of Creativity

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D. (1999), Creativity in Business: A Practical Guide for Creative Thinking

Bjrn Andersen, Tom Fagerhaug (2006), Root Cause Analysis: Simplified Tools and Techniques

Arthur B. VanGundy (2007), Getting to Innovation: How Asking the Right Questions Generates the Great

Websites

You can use search engines like Google to search for "method 635". The terms "brainwriting", "brainwriting 635" and "brainstorming 635" should also be used, as different authors use different terminology. Some suggested reading might include:

www.mycoted.com/Brainwriting#BrainWriting_6-3-5
http://creatingminds.org/tools/brainwriting.html
http://cqi.ucok.edu/brainpres.pdf 
http://ezinearticles.com/?Brainwriting,-A-More-Perfect-Brainstorm&id=510585
www.creativityatwork.com/articlesContent/brainwriting.htm

German Sources www.teachsam.de/arb/krea/krea_brainst_2e.htm