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Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
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Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
Creativity ppt @ bec doms mba
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  • 1. www.ReadySetPresent.comDefinition ofCREATIVITY Page 1
  • 2. www.ReadySetPresent.comDefinition Creativity involves the generation of new ideas Page 2
  • 3. www.ReadySetPresent.comWhat Is Creativity?  Novel: unique, new, innovative, different, imaginative, non-typical, unusual.  Useful: responds to a need, has some utility or value, answers a question.  Understandable: not the result of chance, reproducible. Through novel, creativity is describable and satisfying. Page 3
  • 4. www.ReadySetPresent.comCreativity Needs: Skill: Learned capacity or talent to carry out pre-determined results. Talent: Natural gift of a person. Personality: Patterns of relatively long-term characteristics of human behavior. Page 4
  • 5. www.ReadySetPresent.comProcess Creativity Use Your Own Process:  select knowledge and use it toward a specific goal.  interpret communication and share it.  remember previous knowledge and use it skillfully. Page 5
  • 6. www.ReadySetPresent.com Process CreativityIdea Preparation Incubation IlluminationGermination Conscious Subconscious recognition of the seeding search for assimilation of ideas as beingstage of a new Knowledge information feasibleides Verification Application or test to prove idea having value Page 6
  • 7. www.ReadySetPresent.comGermination In this stage, idea is germinated. Someone speaks of creation of curiosity prior to germination (The process whereby seeds and begin to grow) If no curiosity is aroused within a man, no idea is created. Page 7
  • 8. www.ReadySetPresent.comPreparation Once the seed of curiosity has taken from as a focused idea, the creative people make a careful search for appropriate answers. If a problem requires to be solved, then he attempts to seek information about the problem and attempts to look how others try to solve similar type of problems. Page 8
  • 9. www.ReadySetPresent.comIncubation Creative people very often concentrate intensely on an idea; but the ideas go forward in minds of people with imagination and carefulness. Page 9
  • 10. www.ReadySetPresent.comIllumination The fourth stage of creative process is the illumination, at this stage the idea Cover with a new surface as a realistic creation Page 10
  • 11. www.ReadySetPresent.comVerification An idea once illuminated in the mind of persons still has little meaning until verified as realistic Page 11
  • 12. www.ReadySetPresent.comBlocks to creativity  The first step to becoming a more creative individual is to understand what conceptual blocks are and how they interfere with our ability to think about things in a new way.  A conceptual block is a mind set that prevents a person from seeing a problem or a solution in an unconventional way. Page 12
  • 13. www.ReadySetPresent.comCon………The most frequently occurring conceptual blocks are perceptual blocks, emotional blocks, cultural blocks, environmental blocks and communication blocks. Page 13
  • 14. www.ReadySetPresent.comPerceptual Blocks These are difficulty that stop us from clearly perceiving the problem or the information needed to solve it. A few perceptual blocks are:  Stereotyping:- This assumes that once an idea is recognized it can have rejection other use or function.  Imaginary boundaries:- We project boundaries on the problem and solution that need not exist in reality.  Information overload:- Trying to satisfy an excess of information and detail check the alternative that can be considered Page 14
  • 15. www.ReadySetPresent.comEmotional Blocks  These blocks decrease your freedom to explore and manipulate ideas in a territory that makes you uncomfortable. They interfere with your ability to conceptualize smoothly and flexibly.  Emotional blocks prevent you from communicating your ideas to others. Some types of emotional blocks include: Page 15
  • 16. www.ReadySetPresent.comCon…….. Fear of taking a Risk: Risk taking is always difficult, we start from childhood to be careful, not to fail, not to look foolish Dislike for uncertainty:- To be a good problem solver you must be prepared to deal with problems that are sometimes confusing Judgmental attitude:- This block comes from a negative attitude. Finding reasons why things wont work is easier than accepting a strange idea. Lack of challenge:- Some times problems or solutions look like too trivial ((informal) small and of little importance) or easy to waste our time on. Page 16
  • 17. www.ReadySetPresent.comCultural Blocks. These are blocks that we impose on ourselves due to the society, culture or group to which we belong. Cultural blocks refuse to accept that other groups may see and desire things to be different. Some of these blocks are Page 17
  • 18. www.ReadySetPresent.comCon……Our way is right:- This refuses to accept that there are other ways of doing things.We dont say or think that way:- This is a reflection of the inhibition we carry with us. But, some time good solutions must be approached by first considering the unacceptable and thinking the unthinkable Page 18
  • 19. www.ReadySetPresent.comEnvironmental Blocks. These blocks are due the break in our surroundings, real, imagined, or anticipated. Working in an environment that is satisfying and supportive increases the generation of new ideas Page 19
  • 20. www.ReadySetPresent.comIntellectual Blocks These blocks occur because of insufficient knowledge of the kind needed to solve the problem being considered. Or because of a fixation on the specialty, with which we are comfortable, and denying the possibility that a better solution can be achieved using a different specialty Page 20
  • 21. www.ReadySetPresent.comExpressive Blocks. This is the willingness to express ideas clearly to others or oneself. Making models, sketches, drawings, or diagrams may clarify ideas and help in communicating them Page 21
  • 22. www.ReadySetPresent.com InnovatIon Innovation is about creating value andincreasing efficiency, and therefore growingyour business. "Without innovation, newproducts, new services, and new ways ofdoing business would never come out, andmost organizations would be forever fixeddoing the same old things the same old way." Page 22
  • 23. www.ReadySetPresent.comThank U..... Page 23

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