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From "Got Creativity - Strategies & Tools for the Next Economy" MBA 577 at the IIT Stuart School of Business, Tom Tresser, Instructor - tom@tresser.com.

From "Got Creativity - Strategies & Tools for the Next Economy" MBA 577 at the IIT Stuart School of Business, Tom Tresser, Instructor - tom@tresser.com.

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    • Creativity Self Assessments 13 students + instructor “Got Creativity?” –Stuart School Fall 2012 1
    • CREAX QualitiesFrom the online Creativity Self-Assessment at www.creax.com/csa• Abstraction – the ability to abstract concepts from ideas.• Connection – the ability to make connections between things that don’t initiallyhave an apparent connection.• Perspective – the ability to shift one’s perspective on a situation – in terms ofspace and time and other people.• Curiosity – the desire to change or improve things that everyone else acceptsas the norm.• Boldness – the confidence to push boundaries beyond accepted conventions.Also the ability to eliminate fear of what others think of you.• Paradox – the ability to simultaneously accept and work with statements thatare contradictory.• Complexity – the ability to carry large quantities of information and be able tomanipulate and manage the relationships between such information.• Persistence – the ability to force oneself to keep trying to derive more andstronger solutions even when good ones have already been generated. 2
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