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  • 1. Creativity & Innovation
  • 2. Innovation
    • A business enterprise has two - and only two basic functions: Marketing & innovation. Marketing and innovation produce results , all the rest are costs
    • Peter Drucker
  • 3. Innovation
    • Innovation is the key to success in the 21st century
  • 4. Creativity & Innovation
    • Creativity is the ability to produce new and original ideas and things. Innovation makes the idea practical and usable. The innovative activity in any business enterprise depends upon the creative contributions of its members. It also depends upon how the organization taps the creativity of its talented members.
  • 5. Creativity Screening Innovation
    • INPUTS
    • Ideas
    • Daydreaming
    • Observing
    • Brainstorming
    • OUTPUTS
    • Results
    • Better
    • Faster
    • Cheaper
    • Aesthetic
    Criteria of evaluation Relationship between creativity and innovation
  • 6. Elements of the creative process
    • The overall creative process has three elements :
    • I. Incubation
    • II. Illumination
    • III. Verification
  • 7. I. Incubation
    • Incubation requires partially turning off the process of conventional thinking. This involves holding of or keeping in check the normal tendency to criticize and judge the value of what is taking place in the flow of thought. A lot of free thinking without any constraints should be encouraged in the stage.
  • 8. II. Illumination
    • If incubation is successful, there follows the moment of illumination, which often is like a flash of lightening. The sudden insight of people is linked to a mystical experience. People who have experienced illumination have generally expressed as “Ah-ha” effect.
  • 9. III. Verification
    • The final stage of creative process is verification. Here the mind returns to the pursuit of more conventional patterns and works out the creative solution in detail, polishes it in a more final form, and chooses some test or method of proof so that the idea becomes creditable and accepted.
  • 10. Challenge the impossible
    • It is not unusual to find the birth of a great idea in the minds and words of someone ignorant of the specialized field. Perhaps they don’t know enough to know that it can’t be done.
  • 11. Out of the box thinking...
    • The bell was invented by an astronomer - Edmund Halley
    • The pneumatic tyre was invented by veterinarian - John Dunlop
    • The safety razor was invented by a sales man - K.C. Gillette .
    • The vaccum cleaner was invented by a bridge builder - Hubert Booth .
  • 12. Characteristics of creative people.
    • Optimistic about future
    • Open to alternatives
    • Day dreamers
    • Highly curious and observant
    • Independent thinkers
    • Good at turning innovative ideas into practical solutions
    • Take action and make things happen
    • Adventurous with multiple interest
  • 13. Barriers to creativity
    • Be as practical as you can
    • Follow all the rules
    • That is not logical
    • I am not paid to think
    • Someone else may already be doing it
    • To make a mistake is wrong
    • If I share my ideas someone else may steal