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Applied Creativity

I will only believe it when I see it!  You will only see it when you believe it! 

Which one is correct? Are they both correct? If so, which...

Applied Creativity and Innovation - Creativity on Demand to Develop Better Solutions - Faster !

Introduction


Designed for a broad range of personnel, such as managers, team leaders and specialists, this programme explores how Deliberate Cre8ive Thinking is applied to promote innovation.

Upon completion, you will:

* understand a simple process for effective application of new thinking techniques and be able to use a number of...

   Applied Creativity and Innovation Program   11-12 September.

If you are in Singapore or Malaysia – take time out to learn practical skills to create ideas from nothing and take away the proven methodology to turn ideas into innovative products, services...

I’ll only believe it when I see it!  You’ll only see it when you believe it!  

Which one is correct? Are they both correct? If so, which comes first?  These are tough questions, and perhaps they lie at the heart of real success, and real innovation,...

What do I do now?

Last Monday I had the very good fortune to be facilitating a new workshop with a wonderful group of teachers, and it was a great learning experience for everyone, not least for me. 

TTA – Teacher Training Australia asked me  a while ago to tailor my Critical & Creative...

Imagineering Need an idea? Take a nap!

I’ve always been a visual person, which is why I like the creative thinking skill of Imagineering – imagine what might be and engineer it into reality.

So when a Byte Stories email arrived telling me a competition for best liked stories ended in 48 hours, I knew I had to take action....

Rethinking Edward de Bono

A personal reflection on the impact Edward de Bono and his techniques have had, and a special offer from Mindwerx on his books.

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Edward de BonoSince first meeting Edward de Bono in 1985 at the launch of his book Six Thinking Hats, I have...

Each year at this time we and many other smaller businesses take time to think about the year ahead and how we might be more successful.  Okay I know we should have started months ago, but we were busy then (ever used that excuse yourself) and at least we are doing something now.

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