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I write to disrupt your thinking. In these blog posts I try and challenge, stretch and inspire new ideas & conversations.

Creative Thinking Example Number 4

I found this creative thinking example in a supermarket whilst I was shopping. Such a lovely idea. The sign provides simple, visual and useful information to make your shopping easier. And with more and more emphasis on self-service these types of ideas that provide...

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Here are new metrics for your next keynote speaker

New metrics for your next keynote or conference speaker I attend a lot of conferences either as a keynote or conference speaker and/or as a delegate and like any activities there is a variability in the performance of the speakers. But perhaps the satisfaction with...

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Creative Thinking Example Number 3

Create some drama or theatre Notice in this example the small hourglass or sandglass in the foreground. It came with the cup of tea I ordered at a local cafe. The idea according to the person serving me was to wait until the sand had completely moved from the top to...

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Opportunities for success open to creative thinkers*

Opportunities for success open to creative thinkers* 'The ability to think creatively, to generate and test new ideas, solutions or actions will be the most important skill in the workforce of the future. We are at a point in history whereby what has worked in the...

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Creative Thinking Example Number 2

I found this Hand Hygiene Dispensing Unit on nearly every wall at our local hospital. This is a classic example of using creative thinking to design a win - win solution. The hospital staff have made it simpler and easier for visitors to clean their hands. Just having...

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Creative Thinking Example Number 1

A simple sticker on the side of a garbage bin to remind drivers to slow down whilst driving on a busy road. Simple, beautiful, community-minded idea. It should catch on. Creative thinking does not have to be expensive to be effective. It's also a lovely example that...

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12 tips to run a more productive brainstorming session

How to run a successful brainstorming session again and again 1. Invite a diverse group. This would include people close to the problem and others outside it 2. Send out the problem or challenge a day beforehand This allows participants to think about the challenge...

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How Leaders can enhance their Creative Thinking

Switch your perspective We all look at situations differently. This is because your perspective is informed by your thinking patterns. Your patterns are influenced by your experiences, values, attitudes and beliefs. This is why for example you tend to see only the...

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The Future of Creative Thinking

Here are my 6 Blue-Sky Predictions 1. Creative Thinking will become a core subject taught from primary school upwards Creative Thinking will become an essential life skill like reading, maths or chairing a meeting for example. It will be used throughout your life to...

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“Imagination @Speed is more important than knowledge (with due deference to Mr Einstein).”


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