Creating ChAos! Tathagat Varma http://managewell.net 13-14 Jan 2012
All great changesare preceded by chaos.- Deepak Chopra
When in RomeMexico, do asRomans Mexicansdo!Really?
The second assault onthe same problemshould come from atotally different direction – Tom Hirshﬁeld, Physicist
If you are not preparedto be wrong, you willnever come up withanything original – Sir Ken Robinson, Creativity Expert, “Schools Kill Creativity”, TED2006
If at ﬁrst the idea isnot absurd, thenthere is no hope forit! - Einstein
Intelligence and knowledge teach us theright answer. Creativity guides us to ﬁndmultiple right answers.
A Prototype is worth thousand ideas! – Jeffrey Philips, Innovation Excellence
" ...While our short-term survival requires routine, our long-term survival has required signiﬁcant change. - Steve Lundin" If you do what you have always done, you will get what you have always got!" A chaos might be needed before a change. Create it!
" A Whack on the Side of the Head, Roger von Oech, HarperCollins, 1999" Breakthrough Thinking, Nick Souter, Sterling, 2007" Cats - The Nine Lives of Innovation, Stephen Lundin, McGraw Hill, 2009" It’s not how Good you are, it’s how Good you want to be, Paul Arden, Phaidon, 2003" Leading Innovation, Brian McDermott and Gerry Sexton, Nova Vista, 2004" The Importance of Possibili, Edward de Bono, Westland, 2003" Whatever you Think, Think the Opposite, Paul Arden, Portfolio, 2006
• Incorrect Predictions• Schools Kill Creativity, Sir Ken Robinson, TED2006• The Global Innovation Index 2011• Using Humor to boost Creativity, Paul McGhee• Why this Kolaveri Kolaveri Kolaveri Di?, Tathagat Varma• Top 7 Roadblocks to Innovation, Tathagat Varma