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WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF CREATIVITY & INNOVATION WORKSHOP BY Dr N ANNAMALAI Email: email@example.com_n@vsnl.com Tel : 91 44 23719267, Mobile: 91 9444269395 www.creativitysphere.com
Five pigeons were sitting on the roof of a building. A hunter shot one of them. How many are left? Answer: Any thing from zero to infinity The workshop will (i) help you come OUT OF THE BOX and accept, yes, it CAN be 0 to (i) help you come OUT OF THE BOX and accept, yes, it CAN be 0 to (ii) provide you with skills to generate all the possibilities from 0 to (ii) provide you with skills to generate all the possibilities from 0 to ∞ ∞
2-Day Workshop EXPERIENTIAL & DISCOVERY LEARNING $ Exercises, Instruments, Cases $ Group Activities for real-life situations $ Action Plan Monitoring Tool $ Refresher / Follow-up thro’ regular Newsletter “CREATIVITY SPHERE” to all the participants
CREATIVITY & INNOVATION A REASONABLE MAN ADAPTS HIMSELF TO THE WORLD; AN UNREASONABLE MAN ADAPTS THE WORLD TO HIMSELF. SO ALL THE PROGRESS DEPENDS ON THE UNREASONABLE MAN - George Bernard Shaw This programme aims at making you unreasonable
PERFORMANCE vs SYSTEMS SYSTEMS 100 % 0 % High PERFORMANCE Reasonable Unreas- -onable HOW MUCH UNREASONABLE? Lo w Lo w
CREATIVITY Innovation MODULES / OVERVIEW I Creative Traits IIII Problem Solving III Lateral Thinking Techniques II Mental Blocks
I CREATIVE TRAITS Brain Concepts – Suppressing left brain & activating the right Different Facets of Creativity – Real-life Case Studies Inherent Potential–How to keep it alive? II MENTAL BLOCKS Childhood messages working out of context - Exercises, Instrument, Changing Motivation CONTENTS
III LATERAL THINKING III LATERAL THINKING Different techniques, Non-logical way of Thinking Different techniques, Non-logical way of Thinking Exercises / Case studies Exercises / Case studies IV PROBLEM SOLVING IV PROBLEM SOLVING (A problem is the difference between what you have and what you want) (A problem is the difference between what you have and what you want) Steps and stages – Group Activity for real-life issues Steps and stages – Group Activity for real-life issues CONTENTS
Can such a ring exist in reality? What about this endless flow?
WHAT IS THIS COLOUR? GREEN If you say ‘green,’ you are logical; If you say ‘red,’ you are creative; If you say both ‘green’ and ‘red,’ you are innovative.
According to recognised aerotechnical tests, the bumble-bee cannot fly because of the shape and weight of his body in relation to his total wing area. The bumble-bee doesn’t know this, so he goes ahead and flies anyway. WHAT IS THE MORAL OF THE STORY?
While all the people were content waiting for four days to see the photograph, what made, Polaroid to invent Instant Camera? How did the rejected adhesive became as a popular product in the form of ‘Post-it’ slips ? When the Sony R&D team made the first ‘walk-man,’ it costed $ 360; Akio Morita asked them to make it for $ 200. In few weeks the team came back with $ 200 model. How did this happen? And many, many more in the workshop