There are several creative thinking techniques that can be used for brainstorming solutions. Here are some of the most popular ones:

Mind Mapping: Mind mapping is a visual brainstorming technique that involves creating a diagram that connects ideas and concepts related to a problem or topic. Start with a central idea or problem and branch out to related ideas, expanding upon each one as you go.

SCAMPER: SCAMPER is an acronym that stands for Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify, Put to another use, Eliminate, and Rearrange. This technique involves asking questions related to each of the SCAMPER categories to generate new ideas and solutions.

Six Thinking Hats: Six Thinking Hats is a technique developed by Edward de Bono that involves assigning different “hats” to team members to encourage different modes of thinking. Each hat represents a different type of thinking, such as creative, critical, or emotional, and encourages team members to think in different ways.

Reverse Thinking: Reverse thinking involves looking at a problem from a different perspective. Instead of thinking about how to solve a problem, think about how to create the problem or make it worse. This can help generate new ideas and solutions.

Random Word or Image Association: Random word or image association involves selecting a random word or image and using it to spark new ideas or connections related to the problem or topic at hand. This technique can help break down mental blocks and encourage creative thinking.

Try experimenting with these and other creative thinking techniques to identify which ones work best for you and your team. Remember, the goal of brainstorming is to generate as many ideas as possible, so don’t be afraid to think outside the box and explore new possibilities.