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One more time – What is Creative Thinking?

One more time – What is Creative Thinking?

A view from the trenches on what is Creative Thinking? An ability we all have to create and test ideas We are all born with the ability to create, dream, play and imagine. Just think of when you were a child and in your bath were pirates and monsters or even a shark....
Opportunities for success open to creative thinkers*

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...
How Leaders can enhance their Creative Thinking

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...
The Daily Creative Thinking Meeting

The Daily Creative Thinking Meeting

Daily meetings can be productive and creative More and more groups and teams are using daily meetings. These are very popular in software development teams in particular and even have their own name – Daily Scrums. Daily Scrums as the name implies are short,...
Let’s think about creativity in a new way

Let’s think about creativity in a new way

Here is a new way to think about creativity. By using a different metaphor. Creativity as a switch. Using this perspective you and your group or team could switch on your creativity and then switch it off – in an instant. Depending on the situation you could...
What is a Team Problem Solving Culture?

What is a Team Problem Solving Culture?

Culture plus process equals breakthrough solutions There are numerous articles, posts and content around team problem solving processes. Basically these involve a number of steps: 1. Defining the problem 2. Generating alternative solutions 3. Evaluating these and 4....

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