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By: John Paul G. Eugenio
• Ability to produce something new through imaginativeskill, whether a new solution to a problem, a new methodor device, o...
• Such individuals may possess anexceptionally deep, broad, and flexibleawareness of themselves. Studies also show thatint...
• Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate orrecognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may beuseful in...
• Tests of creativity measure not only thenumber of alternatives that people can generatebut the uniqueness of those alter...
• “Creative" refers to novel products of value."Creative" also refers to the person who produces thework. "Creativity," th...
• Creativity is any act, idea, or product that changes anexisting domain, or that transforms an existing domaininto a new ...
• “Creativity is nothing more than seeingand acting on new relationships, therebybringing them to life.” From Creativity -...
• Creativity is generating new ideas andconcepts, or making connections betweenideas where none previously existed.” From ...
• “Creativity is the ability to find newsolutions to a problem or new modes ofexpression; thus it brings into existencesom...
• “I define creativity as the act of turning newand imaginative ideas into reality. Creativityinvolves two processes: thin...
• “Creativity is the process of bringingsomething new into being. Creativity requirespassion and commitment. It brings to ...
• “Creativity is seeing what everyoneelse has seen, and thinking what no oneelse has thought.” From Creativity - Einstein,...
•   need for novel,    varied, and    complex    stimulation•   need to    communicate    ideas and values•   need to solv...
1. Creative individuals have a great   deal of energy, but they are also   often quiet and at rest.2. Creative individuals...
6. Creative individuals are also   remarkable humble and proud at the   same time.7. Creative individuals to a certain   e...
1. Creative People are full of   Curiosity.2. Creative People are problem-   friendly.3. Creative People Value their   Ide...
9. Creative People make positive   Judgment.10. Creative People go for the big kill.11. Creative People are prepared to   ...
•Being a leader in the 21stcentury requires creativity,artistry, empathy and theability to cope withcomplexity. Executives...
• Foster an innovation ecosystem• Create a language and a structurefor managing the creative process• Cultivate a high-per...
• Customer service• Internal and externalcommunications• New products and services• Branding• Marketing• Managing transiti...
• Discovering your Creativity and Innovation styles• Develop skills in ideation, problem-solving andinnovation: How to gen...
• http://www.csun.edu/~vcpsy00h/creativit  y/define.htm• http://www.merriam-  webster.com/dictionary/creativity• http://ww...
CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
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CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
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CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
CREATIVITY by: John Paul Eugenio
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  1. 1. By: John Paul G. Eugenio
  2. 2. • Ability to produce something new through imaginativeskill, whether a new solution to a problem, a new methodor device, or a new artistic object or form.• The term generally refers to a richness of ideas andoriginality of thinking. Psychological studies of highlycreative people have shown that many have a stronginterest in apparent disorder, contradiction, andimbalance, which seem to be perceived as challenges. From: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/creativity
  3. 3. • Such individuals may possess anexceptionally deep, broad, and flexibleawareness of themselves. Studies also show thatintelligence has little correlation with creativity;thus, a highly intelligent person may not be verycreative. From: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/creativity
  4. 4. • Creativity is defined as the tendency to generate orrecognize ideas, alternatives, or possibilities that may beuseful in solving problems, communicating with others,and entertaining ourselves and others.• In order to be creative, you need to be able to viewthings in new ways or from a different perspective.Among other things, you need to be able to generate newpossibilities or new alternatives. From: Human Motivation, 3rd ed., by Robert E. Franken
  5. 5. • Tests of creativity measure not only thenumber of alternatives that people can generatebut the uniqueness of those alternatives. theability to generate alternatives or to see thingsuniquely does not occur by change; it is linked toother, more fundamental qualities of thinking,such as flexibility, tolerance of ambiguity orunpredictability, and the enjoyment of thingsheretofore unknown. From: Human Motivation, 3rd ed., by Robert E. Franken
  6. 6. • “Creative" refers to novel products of value."Creative" also refers to the person who produces thework. "Creativity," then refers both to the capacity toproduce such works, as in "How can we foster ouremployees creativity?" and to the activity of generatingsuch products, as in "Creativity requires hard work."• All who study creativity agree that for something to becreative, it is not enough for it to be novel: it must havevalue, or be appropriate to the cognitive demands of thesituation. From Creativity - Beyond the Myth of Genius, by Robert W. Weisberg
  7. 7. • Creativity is any act, idea, or product that changes anexisting domain, or that transforms an existing domaininto a new one...What counts is whether the novelty he orshe produces is accepted for inclusion in the domain. From Creativity - Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
  8. 8. • “Creativity is nothing more than seeingand acting on new relationships, therebybringing them to life.” From Creativity - Joseph V. Anderson, Weirder than fiction: the reality and myths of creativity
  9. 9. • Creativity is generating new ideas andconcepts, or making connections betweenideas where none previously existed.” From Creativity - Mitchell Rigie and Keith Harmeyer, SmartStorming
  10. 10. • “Creativity is the ability to find newsolutions to a problem or new modes ofexpression; thus it brings into existencesomething new to the individual and to theculture.” From Creativity - Dr. Betty Edwards, Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
  11. 11. • “I define creativity as the act of turning newand imaginative ideas into reality. Creativityinvolves two processes: thinking, thenproducing. Innovation is the production orimplementation of an idea. If you have ideas, butdon’t act on them, you are imaginative but notcreative.” From Creativity - Linda Naiman, Creativity At Work
  12. 12. • “Creativity is the process of bringingsomething new into being. Creativity requirespassion and commitment. It brings to ourawareness what was previously hidden andpoints to new life. The experience is one ofheightened consciousness: ecstasy.” From Creativity - Rollo May, The Courage to Create
  13. 13. • “Creativity is seeing what everyoneelse has seen, and thinking what no oneelse has thought.” From Creativity - Einstein, quoted in Creativity, Design and Business Performance
  14. 14. • need for novel, varied, and complex stimulation• need to communicate ideas and values• need to solve problems
  15. 15. 1. Creative individuals have a great deal of energy, but they are also often quiet and at rest.2. Creative individuals tend to be smart, yet also naive at the same time.3. Creative individuals have a combination of playfulness and discipline, or responsibility and irresponsibility.4. Creative individuals alternate between imagination and fantasy ant one end, and rooted sense of reality at the other.5. Creative people seem to harbor opposite tendencies on the
  16. 16. 6. Creative individuals are also remarkable humble and proud at the same time.7. Creative individuals to a certain extent escape rigid gender role stereotyping and have a tendency toward androgyny.8. Generally, creative people are thought to be rebellious and independent.9. Most creative persons are very passionate about their work, yet they can be extremely objective about it as well.10. The openness and sensitivity of creative individuals often exposes
  17. 17. 1. Creative People are full of Curiosity.2. Creative People are problem- friendly.3. Creative People Value their Ideas.4. Creative People embrace challenges.5. Creative People are full of Enthusiasm.6. Creative People are Persistent.7. Creative People are perennially dissatisfied.
  18. 18. 9. Creative People make positive Judgment.10. Creative People go for the big kill.11. Creative People are prepared to stick it out.12. Creative People do not fall in love in an idea.13. Creative People recognize the environment in which they are most creative.14. Creative People are good at reframing any situation.15. Creative People are friends with the Unexpected.16. Creative People are not afraid of
  19. 19. •Being a leader in the 21stcentury requires creativity,artistry, empathy and theability to cope withcomplexity. Executivescharged with producingcontinuous high-valueinnovation must also developthe emotional and culturalintelligence to bridge culturaldivides and achieve optimalsustainable results.
  20. 20. • Foster an innovation ecosystem• Create a language and a structurefor managing the creative process• Cultivate a high-performanceculture in which people can flourish.• Engage hearts and minds ofemployees• Develop idea-generation, criticalthinking, and problem-solving skills• Find opportunities for innovationthat add value for your customer• Develop the skills of artfulleadership
  21. 21. • Customer service• Internal and externalcommunications• New products and services• Branding• Marketing• Managing transition• Team building• Change management• Organizational effectiveness• Executive development• Leadership development• Business performance
  22. 22. • Discovering your Creativity and Innovation styles• Develop skills in ideation, problem-solving andinnovation: How to generate, analyse, evaluateand implement ideas• Design and conduct high-performance idea-generation/problem-solving sessions• Develop critical thinking and strategic decision-making skills.• Find opportunities for innovation, uncover needsand find new ways to connect with the customer• Co-innovate, collaborate and interact withcustomers in new ways.• Create a climate conductive to fostering creativityand innovation• Ask better questions and improve your leadershipand management capabilities• Increase your influencing power and enroll othersin your ideas• Enhance customer relationships by finding newways to communicate, and connect
  23. 23. • http://www.csun.edu/~vcpsy00h/creativit y/define.htm• http://www.merriam- webster.com/dictionary/creativity• http://www.smartstorming.com/• http://www.creativityatwork.com/• http://twistedsifter.com/2012/03/15-famous- quotes-on-creativity/• http://tickledbylife.com/index.php/16-habits- of-highly-creative-people/• http://creativitygames.net/creative- thinking/152-10-most-creative-people• http://www.fastcompany.com/most-creative- people/2012
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