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Creative Business Thinking

Business & economics


by
Catherine Mattiske

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 10.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Within each of us there exists an infinite capacity for creating ideas and nurturing them through to innovation. However, while we are all born with an abundance of creative potential, we continually place limitations on ourselves, preventing the flow of ideas and inhibiting creativity. Creativity is not available on demand. It is a learned process. The emphasis of this Learning Short-take™ is on pragmatic tools and techniques to successfully unlock creative potential.This Learning Short-take™ combines creativity tools with typical business scenarios to practice lateral thinking. These scenarios will help to stretch participant thinking by deliberately challenging existing perspectives and considering alternative ways of working. The Learning Short-take™ is designed for completion in approximately 90 minutes.Learning Objectives• Undertake a self-assessment in creativity.• List personal and organizational creative contributions.• Choose personal creative techniques to be used in the workplace.• Match group creativity techniques with case study applications.• Use six thinking hats to solve a business challenge.• Create a plan for an upcoming team meeting employing creative thinking techniques.

Within each of us there exists an infinite capacity for creating ideas and nurturing them through to innovation. However, while we are all born with an abundance of creative potential, we continually place limitations on ourselves, preventing the flow of ideas and inhibiting creativity. Creativity is not available on demand. It is a learned process. The emphasis of this Learning Short-take™ is on pragmatic tools and techniques to successfully unlock creative potential.This… (more)

Within each of us there exists an infinite capacity for creating ideas and nurturing them through to innovation. However, while we are all born with an abundance of creative potential, we continually place limitations on ourselves, preventing the flow of ideas and inhibiting creativity. Creativity is not available on demand. It is a learned process. The emphasis of this Learning Short-take™ is on pragmatic tools and techniques to successfully unlock creative potential.This Learning Short-take™ combines creativity tools with typical business scenarios to practice lateral thinking. These scenarios will help to stretch participant thinking by deliberately challenging existing perspectives and considering alternative ways of working. The Learning Short-take™ is designed for completion in approximately 90 minutes.Learning Objectives• Undertake a self-assessment in creativity.• List personal and organizational creative contributions.• Choose personal creative techniques to be used in the workplace.• Match group creativity techniques with case study applications.• Use six thinking hats to solve a business challenge.• Create a plan for an upcoming team meeting employing creative thinking techniques.

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