In the world of critical thinking and argument, if you wish to present a new idea you must have thought it totally through. You need to have considered feasibility. You need to have anticipated objections. If you have a mistake in your presentation or have missed an important factor then your presentation will be shredded and possibly tossed in the bin.
When you are online, as with this society, such a system of treatment of ideas must inevitably act as a fierce throttle on the presentation of ideas, requiring idea generation and development to be a lone affair and rejecting at least 80% of those few ideas that are presented.
However, amongst a community of trained thinkers who have taken the idea of movement on board, you should be able to present even a vague idea seed or interesting concept and have a community work on moving forward with it. There is a sense of joy that attaches to such behaviour.
Of course this is EBNE (Excellent but not enough).
Lateral thinking and movement should be the "first port of call". Then the idea should be treated, shaping to the needs, enhancing strengths, dealing with weaknesses and tailoring to resources. Yet even at this stage there is the power of movement in coming up with the ideas to satisfy these constraints or to expand the idea beyond them or bypass them.
Then at some point there is the action of implementation, with all the usual skills to bring to bare such as project control, budgeting, negotiating, revising and managing, acquiring resources and so on. Many would consider at this stage that thinking should not be allowed to "rock the boat", yet movement and lateral thinking come into play in bringing actions about in better ways, identifying and grabbing opportunities and avoiding unnecessary waste and other things in the action space that can be done better with quick applications of thinking skill.
Examine your own reactions to ideas presented in the forum areas and groups on this web site, and ask yourself "Have I applied thinking skill to produce movement or did I bring critical thinking into play?" Consider at what stage thinking has got to and work out which is appropriate at that point in the online conversation. On many other websites that I "inhabit" it is blanket critical thinking, and the tone is tense and sombre and a little off-putting. Here it can be vibrant, full of play and movement with the appropriate level of strength and skilled interplay of thinking techniques.
Enjoy your thinking!