Often, ideas are hard to compare. To solve this comparison-problem, you can use visual thinking to turn the most promising ideas into solution sketches.
To be able to develop a strong concept, it’s important to know the difference between goals, concepts & ideas. These are the basics of concept development:
Why you should be wary of ‘best practises’, how ‘survival of the fittest’ can actually slow progress in an organisation and why ‘playing it safe’ can be uncannily risky...
Innovation is like evolution. Ineffective processes and products with an unpleasant user experience tend to be replaced by generations of ‘better’ processes and products.
Any situation that requires new ideas is a situation that begs for creative thinking.
Sometimes focussing on the positive is just more fruitful. One way to do this systematically, is Appreciative Inquiry.