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  • 23. Four-Power Innovation <br /> Read each stage from slide <br /> This may appear quite simple at first, glance, but it is not easy to implement without a clear methodology and the associated instruments at each stage. <br /> As an example - problem clarification – a very important step that people often overlook. Clarify – Elevator example. In a new highrise building, People complained about the lifts being too slow. Engineering solution – make lifts go faster. Someone then enquired further and found that people were just getting bored. Different problem – the clarification stage. So what was the solution?? Mirrors <br /> Take a look at these four modes of thinking and consider how you interact with these modes. One of the goals of today’s presentation is to recognize that we don’t all engage in the breakthrough thinking process in the same way. <br />
  • And of course, the organisation itself operates in a way that either supports or limits creativity and innovation. There are 10 areas or steps that need to be covered in a fully comprehensive innovative strategy. These are: <br /> Read from slide …. <br /> Each step needs to be endowed with the resources, methods and mechanisms for innovation, for the organisation to be truly innovative. <br />

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  • Creativity is the bringing into being of something which did not exist before, either as a product, a process or a thought. Thus Creativity is the capability or act of conceiving something original or unusual.
  • The scientists have proved that the capacity of human brain is immense but we are using only 3% of our brain; this means even Einstein used just close to 6% of his capacity.
  • What is Innovation Innovation is the Implementation of something New Invention is the Creation of something that has NEVER been Made Before and is Recognized as the Product of some Unique Insight.
  • What is Difference Between Creativity & Innovative? Creativity is a term that is often used in literature. Innovation is the term often used in management. Your innovative ideas may lead to a finding of a new product or a concept in the business of a firm. It is important to note that a creative idea sometimes turns into innovation.
  • 4-Power Innovation Clarify Pinpoint the problem to solve Ideate Come up with new ideas Develop Refine ideas into strong solutions Diagnostic Thinking Visionary Thinking Evaluative Thinking Implement Put the plan into action Tactical Thinking
  • What is Creative Thinking? Creative thinking is the process which we use when we come up with a new idea. It is the merging of ideas which have not been merged before. Brainstorming is one form of creative thinking: it works by merging someone else's ideas with your own to create a new one. You are using the ideas of others as a stimulus for your own.
  • Creativity is What Separates Competence from Excellence. Creativity is the Spark that propels projects forward and that captures peoples' attention. Creativity is the ingredient that pulls the different pieces together into a cohesive whole, adding zest and appeal in the process.
  • 3 Creative Perspectives  The Creative Person  The Creative Product  The Creative Process
  • 3 Components of Individual Creativity Expertise C Creativity Skills Intrinsic Motivation
  • 3 Components of Individual Creativity  Expertise: In-depth knowledge about a field  Creative Skills: Problem-solving skills, creative Process skills  Intrinsic Motivation Love of the work, the process involved, not extrinsic reward.
  • Blocks To Creativity  Mindset  Personal  Organizational
  • Blocks To Creativity Mindset Mindset is a condition in which an individual becomes over-sensitized to some part of the information available at the expense of other parts. It is characterized by one-rightanswer thinking, looking for reasons why something will not work, and misplaced emphasis on logical thinking.
  • Blocks To Creativity Personal Strategic thinking  – inflexible  Value – rigid personal values  Perceptual – narrow focus  Self-image – fear of failure
  • Blocks To Creativity Organizational  Emphasis on managerial control  Short range thinking  Analysis paralysis  Rigid hierarchical structures  Expected payoffs  Market versus technology orientation  Pressure to achieve more with less
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Everyone has the ability to be creative – including you! Once you learn how to unleash your inner creativity, you will be able to tap into it, no matter what else is going on in your life. You might even be amazed at what you are really capable of! Your mindset towards creative endeavors can doom you to failure or set you up for success.  The following tips help you to improve both your creativity and innovation skills in order to be become a more successful person in all your actions.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Beginner’s Mind Adopt the mindset of a beginner; Be Willing to Learn, Be Wrong, Ask Questions and Experiment. Regardless of what you have already done, if you consider yourself the "Expert" you put pressure on yourself, and Pressure and Stress Stifle Creativity.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Open Your Curiosity Become more curious about the world.  Ask yourself an interesting question each day. How do animals communicate?  Why do people feel anger?  Why are cherry red?
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Exercise Your Brain Brains, like Bodies, need exercise to keep fit. If you do not exercise your brain, it will get flabby and useless.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Brainstorm to Inspire New Ideas Brainstorming is a common technique in both academic and professional settings, but it can also be a powerful tool for developing your creativity.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Become an Expert One of the best ways to develop creativity is to become an expert in that area. By having a rich understanding of the topic, you will be better able to think of novel or innovative solutions to problems.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Idea-mapping This is a process of writing down ideas in a way that helps you see new relationships and possibilities. By mapping out your ideas, you get a new kind of insight into your own thoughts. Next, link related terms or ideas around the central word. While similar to brainstorming, this technique allows for branching ideas and offers a very visual way of seeing how these ideas are linked.
  • Boost YOUR Creativity Do Something Different Once you have developed some basic creative skills, it is important to continually challenge yourself in order to further advance your abilities. Look for more difficult approaches, try out new things and avoid always using the same solutions you have used in the past.
  • Acquiring Creative Skills  Fluency- ability to produce many ideas  Flexibility- ability to produce a varied mix of ideas  Elaboration- ability to add detail, depth, mixtures of viewpoints or perspectives  Originality- uniqueness, novelty, newness
  • There is a Germ of Creative ability in Everyone. Once it is Discovered, a Person Lives a Richer Life!
  • The Future awaits; What are YOU Going to Do?