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pdf file of my ppt presentation given February 15th to Dr. Kristina Jaskyte's Creativity Class for Social Work Students at UGA

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  1. 1. beliefs, beliefs, beliefs, beliefs,code of belief, code of belief, code of belief, code of belief,commandments, commandments, commandments, commandments,conclusions conclusions conclusions conclusionscredo credo credo credodeclaration declaration declaration declarationdecrees decrees decrees decreesdirective, directive, directive, directive,doctrine, doctrine, doctrine, doctrine,dogma dogma dogma dogmafinding finding finding findingguidelines, guidelines, guidelines, guidelines,guides, guides, guides, guides,ideals, ideals, ideals, ideals,imperative, imperative, imperative, imperative,judgement judgement judgement judgementlaws, laws, laws, laws,lead, lead, lead, lead,notion, notion, notion, notion,opinion, opinion, opinion, opinion,perspective, perspective, perspective, perspective,point of view, point of view, point of view, point of view,points points points pointsposition, position, position, position,principles, principles, principles, principles,pronouncement pronouncement pronouncement pronouncementstandards, standards, standards, standards,statement of belief, statement of belief, statement of belief, statement of belief,tenets, tenets, tenets, tenets,tips tips tips tipsvalues, values, values, values, Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  4. 4. The Whole Box Which Paradigm for 2016? Breaking the Box Warming UP for Creativity Are You Creative? Creative Tools & Techniques S.P.R.E.A.D.ng Creative ThinkingBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  5. 5. Chapter 1 Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines Lines Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the
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  7. 7. What Some Corps Do…Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  8. 8. What Some Corps Do…Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  9. 9. What Some Corps Do… % Of Profit Innovation Fairs 15% Rule Libraries Creativity or Idea Clubs Management Support Company Books (Dupont) Newsletters - External Contests Posters Creativity/Innovation Problem Solving Teams Newsletters - Print/Electronic Rebel Groups-Unofficial Creativity/Innovation Rooms Retreats Groups---Oz Group Rewards & Reward Systems Guest Speakers Seminars Idea Meetings Support Conference Attendance Idea Systems Training Programs In-House Training WorkshopsBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  10. 10. What Some Corps Do… % Of Profit 15% Rule Creativity or Idea Clubs Company Books (Dupont)Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  11. 11. What Some Corps Do… Seminars Support Conference Attendance Training Programs WorkshopsBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  12. 12. What Some Corps Do… % Of Profit Innovation Fairs 15% Rule Libraries Creativity or Idea Clubs Management Support Company Books (Dupont) Newsletters - External Contests Posters Creativity/Innovation Problem Solving Teams Newsletters - Print/Electronic Rebel Groups-Unofficial Creativity/Innovation Rooms Retreats Groups---Oz Group Rewards & Reward Systems Guest Speakers Seminars Idea Meetings Support Conference Attendance Idea Systems Training Programs In-House Training WorkshopsBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  15. 15. THINKERTOYS ORBITING THE GIANT HAIRBALL SIX THINKING HATS THE ART OF INNOVATION THE ART OF POSSIBILITY THE CREATIVE HABIT Broken Crayons THE INNOVATORS DILEMMA JUMPSTART YOUR BUSINESS BRAIN THE RISE OF THE CREATIVE CLASS WHACK ON THE SIDE OF THE HEAD ZAGBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  16. 16. What might the next two letters be?Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  17. 17. Connect these 9 dots w/ 4or less straight lines…Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  18. 18. Classic AnswerBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  19. 19. One or NO “straight lines” A wide crayon Pour paint on it Spray paint on it Squash paper up Possible Line around world Solutions Dip in can of paint Cut dots out & line up Spiral from center out 3 lines Wide paint roller/brush Fold drawing until overlap Write in cursive “4 straight lines”Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  20. 20. Quickest way toCreate or Innovate?Breaking Paradigmsor simplyRe-examiningRe-statingRe-inventing the problem.Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  21. 21. Cre8v WAR M - U PSBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  22. 22. Cre8v WAR M - U PS Window Tent Roof top Logo Envelope Game board 4 triangles Ceiling light Symbol for duct 4 arrow heads Top of a pyramid Decorated box “x” marks the spot Display shelf unitUnder side of pyramid 2 overlapping trianglesClose up view of fence …….?????????Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  23. 23. Cre8v ? WAR M - U PSBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  24. 24. Use the Box Break the Box No Box New Box Virtual Box ?Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  25. 25. Cre8v WAR M - U PSBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  30. 30. Warm-Up ExercisesWhy do them?Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  31. 31. Warm-Up ExercisesTo open up a group or teamscreative thinking Warm-Up Exercisesare very helpful.The exercises help to loosen upparadigms, mindsets, and pointsof view brought to a creative thinkingsession.Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  32. 32. Some goals ofWarm-Up Exercises are toencourage people to: a. look beyond the obvious or known answers (“correct” answers) b. stretch thinking c. breakout of establish thinking d. look for multiple possibilitiesBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  33. 33. e. take on many different perspectivesf. practice producing a variety of potential solutionsg. to take a few risks and play W/ ideas & possible solutionsh. get discussion goingI. raise interest levelBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  37. 37. Chapter 2 Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  40. 40. Who Might BeBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  41. 41. Bill Gates Microsoft Michael Eisner Disney Michael Andreessen Netscape Fred Smith FedEx Jack Welch GE Jeff Bezos Amazon Richard Branson Virgin, etc. Michael Dell DellBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  42. 42. Anita Roddick Debi Fields Body Shop Martha Stewart Mrs Fields’ Mary Kay Ash 20/1000 Cathleen Black Irene Rosenfeld Linda Quam Ursula Burns Hearst Frito-Lay Ovations XeroxBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  43. 43. Alvar Aalto, Finland Etienne-Louis Boullee, France Le Corbusier Robert Adam, Scotland Donato Bramante, Italy Lucio Costa, Brazil Steffen Ahrends Zion & Breen, United States Charles Correa, India ALL people Gregory Ain Marcel Breuer, United States and Germany Domenico da Cortona Leon Battista Alberti, Italy Michiel Brinkman Keith Cottier, Australia Galeazzo Alessi, Italy Johannes Brinkman, Netherlands Justus DahindenChristopher Alexander, United States Neave Brown Paeonis and Daphnis William Van Alen Isambard Kingdom Brunel, England Howard Davis, United States in ALL countries Amenophis III, Egypt Filippo Brunelleschi, Italy Town and Davis Tadao Ando, Japan Erik Bryggman, Finland Charles Davis/ EHDD, United States John Andrews, Australia Charles Bulfinch, United States Paeonius and Demetrios Anthemios Thornton-Latrobe-Bulfinch, United States John Dobson Apollodorus of Damascus, Roman Shepley and Bulfinch, United States Peter Dodge/ EHDD, United States are born with The Architects Collaborative (TAC) Gordon Bunshaft/ SOM, United States Domitian Arton Lord Burlington, England Adrien Dortsman C. R. Ashbee, England Daniel Burnham, United States Balkrishna Doshi, India Erik Gunnar Asplund, Sweden Decimus Burton, England A. E. Doyle, United States Arup Associates United Kingdom William Butterfield, England Duany and Plater-Zyberk, United States the capacity to be Gae Aulenti, France Santiago Calatrava, Spain Willem Marinus Dudok, Netherlands M. H. Baillie-Scott Callicrates Bijvoet and Duiker Luis Barragan, Mexico Ictinus and Callicrates with Phidias, Greece Contamin and Dutert Sir Charles Barry, England Arnolfo di Cambio Charles and Ray Eames, United States William Henry Barlow Cambridge Seven Associates Karl Ehn Falke Barmou Felix Candela, Mexico Gustave Eiffel, FranceEdward Larabee Barnes, United States Cola da Caprarola L. A. Boileau and Gustave Eiffel, France Geoffrey Bawa Douglas Cardinal, Canada Peter Eisenman, United States Gunter Behnisch, Germany Giancarlo de Carlo, Italy Sedad Eldem, Turkey Peter Behrens, Germany Carrere and Hastings Craig Ellwood, United States Belgiojoso, Peressutti and Rogers Richard Castle Carl Ludvig Engel Pietro Belluschi, United States Severus and Celer Kobori Enshu Henrik Petrus Berlage, Netherlands William Chambers Arthur C. Erickson, Canada Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, Italy G. P. Chedanne, France Johann Fisher von Erlach Dominikus Böhm, Germany Serge Chermayeff Joseph Esherick, Esherick Homsey L. A. Boileau, France Mario J. Ciampi Ralph Erskine, England, UK, Francesco Borromini, Italy Henry Ciriani, France Joseph Esherick, United States Mario Botta, Switzerland Henry N. Cobb, United States Aldo van Eyck, Netherlands Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  45. 45. Adaptable IndependentCurious IngeniousDivergent thinker Learning, alwaysEnergetic Non-conformingFantasize, able to Not motivated by moneyFlexible thinker Observant, highlyFluent Open-endedFuture oriented Original - uniquenessHumor Passionate about their workIdealistic Perceive world differentlyImaginative Question asker Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  46. 46. Adaptable IndependentCurious IngeniousDivergent thinker Learning, alwaysEnergetic Non-conformingFantasize, able to Not motivated by moneyFlexible thinker Observant, highlyFluent Open-endedFuture oriented Original - uniquenessHumor Passionate about their workIdealistic Perceive world differentlyImaginative Question asker Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  47. 47. Adaptable IndependentCurious IngeniousDivergent thinker Learning, alwaysEnergetic Non-conformingFantasize, able to Not motivated by moneyFlexible thinker Observant, highlyFluent Open-endedFuture oriented Original - uniquenessHumor Passionate about their workIdealistic Perceive world differentlyImaginative Question asker Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  48. 48. How Can You HelpOthers to beBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  49. 49. Fluency Flexibility Elaboration OriginalityBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  50. 50. Chapter 3We Each ThinkDifferently! Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  51. 51. Cre8ng Styles ™Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  53. 53. Think Learn Communicate Solve Problems CREATE!Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  54. 54. - process information, knowledge- take in, use info/knowledge- share info/knowledge- apply info/knowledgeBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  55. 55. Solo Solo/Team Convergently Divergent DivergentOrganizationally Divergent Convergent Family Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  56. 56. Rational, Intuitive, Logical, Exploratory, Analytical, Unknown, Individual Fanciful Systematic, Fun, equations, Harmonious, Step-by-step,Proven Answers Involving all, Family/Team Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  58. 58. your cre8ng styleInnovation- Imagination-Problem-Finding Idea-GeneratingSelf ii Self i i ii M Dd nnn n nnRecovery- Discovery-Implementing Idea SensingSelf SelfBreak Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  59. 59. Idea Grid ExcursionsAttribute Listing Forced Relationships TRIZ Metaphors S.C.A.M.P.E.R. Writing Relay Checklisting Group Excursions Brain Writing Guided Imagery Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  60. 60. “ We all createQUOTE Our own box shapes.”Barriers, Containers, Limiters, etc. Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  61. 61. Chapter 4Creativity! onDemand Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  62. 62. Thinking Tools Divergent & Convergent Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  63. 63. BrainstormingQuantity breeds QualityFreewheeling of ideasHitchhike/Combine IdeasNo Judgement = Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  64. 64. BrainwritingQuantity breeds QualityFreewheeling of ideasHitchhike/Combine IdeasNo Judgement = Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  65. 65. Alphabetizing A H N U B I O V C J P W D K Q X E L R Y F M S Z = G T Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  66. 66. S.C.A.M.P.E.R. CHECKLISTING S. = substitute S.C.A.M.P.E.R. is a form of CHECKLIST. A CHECKLLIST isa prepared list of words, verbs, questions that you can use that canspark new ideas, change your thinking or your point of view oreven you mood and the direction your thinking at the moment and C. = combine take you into many directions. S.C.A.M.P.E.R. was created by Bob Eberle, teacher/educational A. = adapt, adopt consultant in the 1970 s to teach the concept of CHECKLISTINGto school children by using a memory device (acronym) that theycould easily remember when they needed to generate new ideas orremember existing or past ideas. It is used as the foundation for M. = minify, magnify Michael Michalko’s excellent Creative Thinking Tools book…THINKERTOYS. P. = put to other uses First Step Write out the word S.C.A.M.P.E.R. vertically on a piece of paper or on a flipchart/chalkboard or other surface that the group can see. Second Step E. = eliminate R. = reverse = Write out what the 7 letters stand for. Third Step Then use each of the 7 by asking questions using these verbs to improve/change/revise your challenge or problem to generate potential ideas and solutions. Fourth Step Read over the ideas you have produced and select the best To work on to turn them into HOT SOLUTIONS to use. Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  67. 67. Forced Sample A traditional example or warm-up for doing this consists of… Relationships 1st. Ask the person or group to write everything they know about a canary (or a bird in their country. 2nd. Ask the person or group to write everything they know aboutThis is an idea generating technique that appears in many books about the chair they are sitting in. creative thinking and creative thinking or innovation tools. 3rd. Then I ask them to combine (FORCE FIT or make aFirst Step FORCED Relationship) one item from the canary list with choose something totally unrelated to the problem or challenge The chair’s list with the goal to improve, change, correct the chairYou or your group are working on. design or to generate ideas for designing the ultimate chair. Second Step List everything you or your group know about it. (Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?… physical, visual, tactile,…all senses, good and bad) Third Step + = List everything you or your group know about your problem or challenge.(WWWWWH…and using all the senses) Fourth Step Take items/details/aspects from the first list and FORCE FIT them tofeatures Or details from the second list. Your goal is to see if the featuresfrom The randomly chosen, unrelated thing/animal sparks ideas forimproving, Changing, correcting features of the problem. Feathers-Soft + chair is hard = make seat soft Yellow + chair is ship gray = add color Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  68. 68. Sample Ideas Idea Grids 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. First Step Idea 1. With this Cre8ng Tool we first generate 12 to 24 ideasthrough Brainstorming or any other technique. 2. Second Step Then draw a grid made up of as many vertical andhorizontal 3. Cells as you have ideas. 4. Third Step Combine the ideas on the vertical side of the grid Withthe ideas on the horizontal side one by one and write them 5. into the separate boxes where the two ideas meet.. 6ideas can Then produce 36 ideas, 12 can produce 24, 100 - 10,000 Fourth Step Read over the ideas you have produced and select the best Idea 2 + Idea 4 = To work on to turn them into HOT SOLUTIONS to use. Vertical 2 = make the chair out of wood Horizontal 4 = make the color changeable Ideas might be….cover, removable film or skin Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  69. 69. Variables of story Idea or Morphological Grids This is a logical/left-brain convergent tool that can be used to generate 1. large numbers of ideas. 6 columns of 10 examples of each variable canproduce 1,000,000 possible combinations. 2. First Step Generate list of variables of problem or story 3. Second Step 4. Generate lists for each of the variables: i.e.: heroes: cowboy, Rancher, sheriff, shopkeeper, teacher, minister. 5. Third Step Number each list for each variable 1 to 2 to 3 to …... Fourth Step Randomly pick one number for each variable column from 1 to ? Sample Fifth Step Then write a story using one from each of the columns Divergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  70. 70. Value Grids Sample Values 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. This is a logical/left-brain convergent tool that can be used toselect ideas to turn into solutions Idea A. First Step Generate ideas B. Second Step Select a workable number of ideas you or the group like C. Third Step Generate a list of values that final solution can be evaluated D. with. E. Fourth Step Examine each idea one by one for each value. Or Examine each value one by one comparing the chairs. Idea B + Value = 4 Fifth Step If one idea ends up better from the analysis than one that youor the group have a strong feeling for then go back and Idea B = make the chair out of wood re-evaluate the weak areas and strengthen or change them. Value 4 = better aesthetics Convergent Thinking Tool Wood would make it easier to tool, the grain will Give a natural beauty to the chair Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  71. 71. PCP-Pluses/Concerns/Potentials Sample Idea 1 Pluses/Concerns/Potentials a convergent thinking tool used for Make the chair out of XXX plasticanalyzing a list or group of ideas that have been generated by anindividual or a group. and apply electrical lighting to it. First Step Pluses - Narrow down the number of ideas to a comfortable Plastic will be cheaper number (3 to 6) Lighting will make it more useable The plastic will provide more colorSecond Step Then one by one write out 3 lists of thoughts about each idea. options a.  Pluses of the ideas b.  Concerns Concerns - c.  Potentials We have no experience with plastic Electrical wiring will add cost Third Step Then compare the results. Fourth Step It may be too easily tipped over Potentials - = If one idea falls behind the others yet the group seems more Could lead to a product that could beexcited about it or committed to it, then go over each of the sold anywhere in the world. concerns and think of ways to eliminate or strength them with that Could expand our technical capacities idea. Could open up new markets for our other products. Convergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
  72. 72. Sample Hits & Misses Hits & Misses is a convergent thinking tool used for quicklychoosing ideas from several that have been generated. First Step Generate many ideas….24, 48, 144…..on Post-It notes or slips ofpaper or index cards or simply write them on a surface whereeveryone can see them easily. Second Step Tell the group to go up and scan the total group of ideas and markwhich ones their “gut” tells them is a hit. No discussion. Justsimply read and react. Or Tell the group to go up and move the ideas they think are HITS to Hits Unsure? Misses an area labeled HITS and the MISSES to another area labeled thus.Leave the “NOT SURE” ones where they are. Third Step Then discuss, organize by popularity, group, cluster the ideas bycategories. Fourth Step Select the one or more that can be used at the same time or theones that can be combined into a single idea Convergent Thinking Tool Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  78. 78. http://www.atlantacreativity.org 2011 Thurs – Sat. April 14 - 16Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines
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  88. 88. Contact information Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP Cre8ng People, Places & Possibilities P. O. Box 5805 Athens, Georgia 30604 alan@cre8ng.com http://www.cre8ng.com Break Your Crayons and Draw Outside the Lines

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