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  • 1. Creative Problem Solving Prepared by: Anjo C. Ramos
  • 2. Gordon Method method for developing new ideas when the individuals are unaware of the problems.
  • 3. Checklist Method developing a new idea through a list of related issues or suggestions.
  • 4. Free Association developing a new idea through a chain of word associations.
  • 5. Forced Relationship developing a new idea by looking at product combinations.
  • 6. Five – step Process 1. Isolate the elements of the problem. 2. Find the relationship between these elements. 3. Record the relationship in an orderly form. 4. Analyze the resulting relationships to find ideas or patterns. 5. Develop new ideas from these patterns.
  • 7. Collective Notebook Method developing a new idea by group members regularly recording ideas.
  • 8. Attribute Listing developing a new idea by looking at the positives and negatives.
  • 9. Big-dream Approach developing a new idea by thinking without constraints.
  • 10. Parameter Analysis developing a new idea by focusing on parameter identification creative synthesis.
  • 11. THE END

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