By Arthur B. VanGundy
Staff who own problem-solving abilities are hugely valued in today?s aggressive enterprise setting. The query is how can staff learn how to deal in cutting edge methods with new info, equipment, humans, and applied sciences? during this groundbreaking e-book, Arthur VanGundy -- a pioneer within the box of suggestion new release and challenge fixing -- has compiled a hundred and one crew actions that mix to make a different source for running shoes, facilitators, and human source pros. The booklet is stuffed with idea-generation actions that at the same time educate the underlying problem-solving and creativity strategies concerned. all of the book?s one hundred and one attractive and thought-provoking actions contains facilitator notes and suggestion on whilst and the way to take advantage of the job. utilizing 101 actions for instructing Creativity and challenge Solving provides you with the knowledge and instruments you must:
* Generate inventive rules to resolve difficulties. * keep away from patterned and destructive considering. * interact in actions which are bound to spark principles. * Use confirmed suggestions for brainstorming with teams.
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8. If there is time, you might want to share the following true story involving a creative use for a coffee cup that that might not occur frequently: Teresa Smith, manager of a Taco Mayo in Oklahoma City, was depositing the store’s evening receipts in a bank’s night depository. A man ran up and grabbed the restaurant’s money bag from her purse. She poured a cup of hot coffee on him and then hit him on the head with the cup. The man turned and ran with the money, but also with an injured head. Perhaps he’ll think twice now before he robs a coffee-mug-toting woman!
If you need to determine the cause of a problem, then this is an excellent definition. Day-to-day idea generation, however, is not especially concerned with problem causes. Although determining causes may be important as part of the overall creative problem-solving process, such determinations are not useful for pure idea generation. Kepner and Tregoe’s definition is essentially convergent in that problem solvers attempt to converge on a cause by eliminating various alternative explanations. Idea generation, in contrast, is more divergent—problem solvers attempt to generate many different alternatives.
Besides, the person you copy from may be wrong. ” Although this may be good advice in school, it hasn’t always held up well in the world of work. In fact, many businesses make a practice of copying other companies. Taken to the extreme, this practice can result in copyright and trademark violations as greedy people try to profit from outright ripoffs. Rolex watches, for example, frequently are copied by unscrupulous companies trying to make a quick buck with an unlicensed product. By definition, copying someone else’s idea is not a creative act.
101 Activities for Teaching Creativity and Problem Solving by Arthur B. VanGundy