If you were asked to come up with 100 funny captions for this cartoon, could you do it?
• How would you go about it?
• How long would it take you to come up
with one hundred ideas?
• What tools would you use?
• Would you just stare at it until ideas
popped into your head?
intelligence Fortune 500 Survey CEOs are asking for Creativity A Fortune 500 CEO’s survey says that when hiring employees and promoting managers a whopping 100 percent of the CEO’s mentioned creativity as one of the primary characteristics. In fact, almost 60 percent of the CEOs surveyed ranked creativity higher than intelligence. Creativity
Simple definition is that creativity is the ability to imagine or invent something new.
Creativity brings into being something that did not exist before, either as a product, a process or a thought.
Pretty straight forward, huh? You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand this one.
What is Creativity ?
But what is creative thinking? Creative thinking is “the process we use when we come up with a new idea. It can be accidental or deliberate .” Thought is Creative Perhaps the most important corollary of the Law of Cause and Effect is this: “ Thoughts are causes, and conditions are effects.” What is Creativity thinking ?
Fundamental Skills Seizing The Opportunity Challenging Assumptions Taking Risks Looking At Problems From A New Perspective Thinking Ambiguously
The Ten Guiding Principles 1. There is no one right answer. 2. The virtue is thinking and free-associating. 3. Always harness the power of your whole BRAIN (not half). 4. Suspend judgment - especially during the idea generation phase. 5. Let there be FUN! 6. Learning is must be fundamentally a MENTAL process. 7. If at first you can't think of it, think again. And again. And again. 8. The best way to get good ideas is to have lots of them. 9. Involve as many senses as possible. 10. For sense of completeness have a beginning, a middle, and an end.
This is an advertisement found in Vancouver during the National Non-Smoking Week. The car was placed at the Vancouver Art Gallery and the message reads 'Death from car accidents: 370, Death from smoking-related causes: 6,027, Quit now before it kills you.'
Ad for YOGA SCHOOL A very cost-effective advertisement in Hong Kong for a yoga school. It showcases the prowess of a yoga practitioner on the flexible stems of drink straws. Enrollment went after up this promotional stunt.
Ad for Mini Cooper This is a creative ad by Mini Cooper placed at the Zurich, Switzerland train station. It gives the perception that the Mini Cooper has L A R G E S P A C E.
Ad for Glass cleaner Life size images were stuck on glass doors at shops, airports in South Africa for the advertisement of glass and window cleaner I.C.U. The expression on the face is priceless.
A sticker has been placed on the high voltage box depicting that Duracell's batteries were used. Cool advertisement found in Malaysia Ad for Duracell Batteries
Ad for a Drink An innovative idea on a large billboard in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It really makes you want that 'Heineken'
An advertisement by Jung von for watchmaker IWC. Bus straps have been fashioned from images of IWC's Big Pilot's Watch to allow bus travellers near the airport to try before they buy at Berlin, Germany. Ad for Watches
A huge mirror was built that allowed passersby to stop and look at themselves wearing Indivi clothes at a shopping mall in Tokyo, Japan. So, you will not dirty the clothes and can have a quick look at it after u wear it. Ad in a Shopping mall