Innovative: Featuring new methods, advanced and original.
Throw ideas into the mix: To add input to something that is already part of an ongoing topic, discussion or situation.
Target market: A particular group of consumers at which a product or service is aimed.
Compile: To produce something (especially a list, report, or book) by assembling information collected from other sources.
Counteract: To act against (something) in order to reduce its force or neutralize it.
Hybrid: A thing made by combining two different elements; a mixture. Hybrid teams = Teams made by combining different type of people.
Free-for-all: A disorganized or unrestricted situation or event in which everyone may take part, especially a fight, discussion, or trading market.
To think outside the box: A metaphor meaning to think differently, unconventionally, or from a new perspective.
Added benefit: Something that makes a product more appealing to customers.
Data points: An identifiable element or reference in a group of facts, numbers or statistics.
Trend: A general direction in which something is developing or changing
Follow up: To take further action on an issue or situation that has previously been discussed
Touch upon: To deal briefly with (a subject) in written or spoken discussion.
Let an idea rest on a shelf: To put an idea away or aside for a while hoping to revisit it later.
Wrap it up: To bring to a conclusion or summarize.
Standout product: A product that is superior to others.
Do the heavy lifting: To do the most difficult work.
Action item: A documented event, task, activity, or action that needs to take place usually in a discussion group or meeting.
Unique selling point: A factor that differentiates a product from its competitors (e.g. lowest cost, highest quality or the first of its kind).
Buy-in: to agree with; to accept an idea as worthwhile.(n.) something you agree with or is worthwhile or a situation in which a person or group buys enough shares in a company to get control of it.
Hitting your head against a wall: To waste one’s time in a hopeless cause or action.
Ground rules: Basic rules about what should be done in a particular situation or event.