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10 OCT 011CREATIVITY. 10 OCT 012CREATIVITY A SOLDIER SHOULD NOT BE AFRAID OF ANY THING – NOT EVEN A NEW IDEA.... SUN TZU.

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1 10 OCT 011CREATIVITY

2 10 OCT 012CREATIVITY A SOLDIER SHOULD NOT BE AFRAID OF ANY THING – NOT EVEN A NEW IDEA.... SUN TZU

3 10 OCT 013CREATIVITY NEARLY ALL THE BATTLES WHICH ARE REGARDED AS MASTERPIECES OF THE MILITARY ART, HAVE BEEN BATTLES OF MANOEUVRE IN WHICH VERY OFTEN THE ENEMY HAS FOUND HIMSELF DEFEATED BY SOME NOVEL DEVICE, SOME UNEXPECTED THRUST OR STRATEGY....WINSTON CHURCHILL

4 10 OCT 014CREATIVITY FACTS ALL HAVE EQUAL CREATIVE POTENTIAL. DO NOT USE. CANNOT BE DEVELOPED ; ALREADY THERE. WHAT IS REQUIRED IS TO REMOVE BLOCKS. IMAGINATION GREATEST TOOL. 90 % CREATIVITY LOST BY AGE 7. BY AGE % ONLY. MYTHS SOME PEOPLE ARE BORN WITH CREATIVITY. RELATED TO ARTS, SCIENCE, DISCOVERIES, ETC. CREATIVITY

5 10 OCT 015CREATIVITY JOIN ALL CIRCLES WITH ONLY FOUR LINES WITHOUT LIFTING YOUR PEN

6 10 OCT 016CREATIVITY

7 10 OCT 017CREATIVITY WHAT IS CREATIVE ? CREATIVENESS REQUIRES NEW & BENEFICIAL IDEAS PUT INTO ACTION CREATIVITY IS THE ABILITY TO GENERATE NEW OR NOVEL IDEAS. IDEAS

8 10 OCT 018CREATIVITY EMPLOYMENT OF A PLAYFULLY EXPLORATORY PROCESS OF PROBLEM SOLVING WITH AN OPEN, CURIOUS AND IMAGINATIVE FRAME OF MIND TO FIND SOLUTIONS THAT ARE NOVEL, YET USEFUL..... DR PRADIP N KHANDWALA

9 10 OCT 019CREATIVITY CREATIVITY & INTELLIGENCE 1. FIND THE WORD THAT DOES NOT FIT :- MBAOBY DNOONL COWSOM ATR CONVERGENT THINKING DIVERGENT THINKING IQ 1, 3, 5 CREATIVITY 2, 4, 6 2. GUESS THE WORD GIVEN THESE FOUR CLUES :- LAW CHAIR BANGLE SWORD 3. WRITE A 3 LETTER WORD MEANING SAME :- PROHIBIT ( ) DRINKING PLACE. 4.COMPLETE FOLLOWING SENTENCE HUMOUROUSLY ‘ON A MOONLIT NIGHT, WHILE STROLLING IN A GARDEN...’ 5. FIND THE MISSING NO ? 6. GIVE STRIKING ALTERNATE TITLES TO WW II.

10 10 OCT 0110CREATIVITY MENTAL ABILITIES 1.ABSORPTIVE- ABILITY TO OBSERVE & APPLY ATTENTION. 2.RETENTIVE - ABILITY TO MEMORISE & RECALL. 3. REASONING - ABILITY TO ANALYSE & JUDGE. 4. CREATIVE - ABILITY TO VISUALISE, FORESEE & GENERATE NEW IDEAS.

11 10 OCT 0111CREATIVITY TWO SORTS OF THINKING IMAGINATON MANY POSSIBLE ANSWERS / IDEAS DIVERGENT LATERAL LOGIC UNIQUE (FEW) ANSWERS CONVERGENT VERTICAL ANALYTICAL CREATIVE

12 10 OCT 0112CREATIVITY LR LEFT RIGHT HEMISPHERE ANALYTICALINTUITIVE FUNCTIONS,FUNCTIONS, SPEECH,PRODUCE & LANGUAGE APPRECIATE COMPREHENSIONMUSIC & ART, LOGICAL & RATIONAL CORPUS SPACIAL FUNCTIONS CALLOSUMSKILLS SEQUENTIAL SIMULTANEOUS (DETAILS,( GLOBAL FEATURES) PATTERNS) BILATERAL BRAIN THEORY

13 10 OCT 0113CREATIVITY PART OF THE BRAIN AND THEIR FUNCTIONS COGNITIVE STYLE COMMUNICATION WILL DO WELL IN JOBS / WORK THAT INVOLVE TIME SENSE SPATIAL ORIENTA- TION HISTORICAL FIGURES WHO WERE STRONG IN LEFT BRAIN RIGHT BRAIN ANALYTIC, LINEAR VERBAL, RICH VOCA- BULARY,GRAMMATICAL READING, WRITING, ARITHMETIC, MOTOR AND SENSORY SKILLS SEQUENTIALLY ORDERED AND MEASURED RELATIVELY POOR ARISTOTLE, MARX, FREUD INTUITIVE, ARTISTIC NON-VERBAL, BODY LANGUAGE,METAPHORIC INTUITION, INSPIRATION, IMAGINATION, MUSIC, DRAMA, HOLISTIC APCHS PRIMITIVE, INSTINCTIVE AND SPONTANEOUS SUPERIOR, FOR SHAPES, INTERIORS, ENVIRONMENT PLATO, BEETHOVEN, JUNG, MOZAAT.

14 10 OCT 0114CREATIVITY NON-RATIONAL NON- VERBAL TACIT DIVERGENT THINKING LACKING SENSE OF TIME ARTISTIC / MUSICAL SUBJECTIVE SENSUOUS / EXPERIMENTAL METAPHORICAL / ANALOGICAL EMOTIVE/ EFFECT LADEN WILLING TO SUSPEND JUDGEMENT RATIONAL VERBAL / SEMANTIC EXPLICIT CONVERGENT THINKING LINEAR TIME MATHEMATICAL / SC OBJECTIVE INTELLECTUAL/FORMAL LITERAL INTERPRETATION CONTROLLED/CONSISTENT JUDGEMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BRAIN LEFT HEMISPHERERIGHT HEMISPHERE

15 10 OCT 0115CREATIVITY CREATIVITY ? LEFT BRAIN SPECIALISES IN VERBAL & NUMERICAL INFO PRECISE, OBJECTIVE & LOGICAL JUDGEMENTAL & ANALYTICAL PROCESSES INFO SEQUENTIALLY, IN LINER FASHION RIGHT BRAIN SPECIALISES IN NON- VERBAL ASPECTS – IMAGES HOLISTIC, SUBJECTIVE CREATES METAPHORS, ANALOGIES INTUITIVE & EXPTL, PROCESSES INFO SIMULTANEOUSLY CONVERGENT THINKING DIVERGENT THINKING CREATIVITY

16 10 OCT 0116CREATIVITY BRAIN DOMINANCE INVENTORY

17 10 OCT 0117CREATIVITY CREATIVE ABILITIES IDEATIONAL : RATE OF IDEAS 4. FLUENCY ASSOCIATIONAL (SPEED) EXPRESSIONAL 6. ORIGINALITY 7. ELABORATION : THINK STEP BY STEP 8. NON CONVERGENT THINKING 5. FLEXIBILITY (CHANGE OF FOCUS) SPONTANEOUS ADAPTIVE 1. SENSITIVITY 2. GUESSING 3. PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING

18 10 OCT 0118CREATIVITY PROBLEM REDEFINITION HOW OLD IS ALI, IF WHEN HE WAS 30, HIS FATHER WAS TWICE THE AGE ALI WAS 5 YEARS BEFORE ALI WAS THIRTY AND NOW, FATHER IS 65 ? LET THE PRESENT AGE OF ALI BE X THEN, 65 - X = 2 ( ) - 30 X = 45

19 10 OCT 0119CREATIVITY THIRST Y

20 10 OCT 0120CREATIVITY AH ! WATER !! CAN’T REACH STONES PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING

21 10 OCT 0121CREATIVITY PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING

22 10 OCT 0122CREATIVITY CREATIVE ABILITIES IDEATIONAL : RATE OF IDEAS 4. FLUENCY ASSOCIATIONAL (SPEED) EXPRESSIONAL 5. FLEXIBILITY (CHANGE OF FOCUS) SPONTANEOUS ADAPTIVE 1. SENSITIVITY 2. GUESSING 3. PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING 7. ELABORATION : THINK STEP BY STEP 8. NON CONVERGENT THINKING 6. ORIGINALITY

23 10 OCT 0123CREATIVITY USE OF A PAPER CLIP PIPE CLEANER NAIL CLEANER FISHING HOOK TIE CLIP WAX OUT EARS PICTURE HOOK SCREW DRIVER PICK LOCK TAG BRA STRAP HOOK ZIP FASTENER SPARK PLUG CLEANER FUSE WIRE TENSION REDUCER LETTER OPENER ORNAMENT POKER CHIPS TOOTH PICK ETC

24 10 OCT 0124CREATIVITY BUILD A HOUSE/DRAIN/SCHOOL/CHIMNEY/WALL/BARBECUE/ TANDOOR/WATER TANK/TOWER DOOR - STEP, PAPER - WEIGHT, BOOK CASE, FRIDGE STAND, KILL A SNAKE, DRIVE A NAIL, ADULTERATE CHILLY POWDER, STOPPER FOR CAR ON GHAT ROAD, KARATE PRACTICE,SHARPEN KNIFE, DEFACE WALL, AS A WEAPON, FOR WEIGHT- LIFTING USES OF BRICK

25 10 OCT 0125CREATIVITY ORIGINALITY MAKE A SENTENCE USING THE WORDS BEAT, STICK & BEAR. AN AVERAGE RESPONSE HE BEAT THE BEAR WITH A STICK. AN ORIGINAL RESPONSE I HAVE TO BEAR WITH PEOPLE WHO BEAT AROUND THE BUSH AND DO NOT STICK TO FACTS.

26 10 OCT 0126CREATIVITY ORIGINALITY TITLES : POT’S PLOT POT - LUCK DINNER STEWED PARSON GOIL OR BOIL A MATE WORSE THAN DEATH LEFT DISH FOR A POT CHASTE IN HASTE A MISSIONARY CAPTURED BY CANNIBALS. PRINCESS OFFERS MARRIAGE FOR RELEASE. CHOICE : DEATH OR PRINCESS ? MISSIONARY REFUSED MARRIAGE AND IS BOILED ALIVE. STORY: DEFEAT OF A PRINCESS EATEN BY SAVAGES THE PRINCESS & THE MISSIONARY

27 10 OCT 0127CREATIVITY CREATIVE ABILITIES IDEATIONAL : RATE OF IDEAS 4. FLUENCY ASSOCIATIONAL (SPEED) EXPRESSIONAL 5. FLEXIBILITY (CHANGE OF FOCUS) SPONTANEOUS : CAT OF RESPONSES ADAPTIVE : DIFFERENT SOLN TO SAME PROBLEM 1. SENSITIVITY 2. GUESSING 3. PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING 7. ELABORATION : THINK STEP BY STEP 8. NON CONVERGENT THINKING 6. ORIGINALITY

28 10 OCT 0128CREATIVITY

29 10 OCT 0129CREATIVITY

30 10 OCT 0130CREATIVITY

31 10 OCT 0131CREATIVITY PEBBLE MATCH STICKS (QTY 4)

32 10 OCT 0132CREATIVITY

33 10 OCT 0133CREATIVITY THE CREATIVE PROCESS 1. IRRITATION 2. PREPARATION 3. INCUBATION 4. ILLUMINATION 5. VERIFICATION

34 10 OCT 0134CREATIVITY 1. PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS 2. EMOTIONAL BLOCKS 3. CULTURAL BLOCKS 4. OTHER BLOCKS TYPES OF BLOCKS

35 10 OCT 0135CREATIVITY PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS CAUSED BY – MIND’S TENDENCY TO JUMP TO CONCLUSION – BASED ON ONE’S OWN PERCEPTIONS.

36 10 OCT 0136CREATIVITY STEREOTYPING TUNNEL VISION FIXATION INEFFECTIVE USE OF SENSES DIFFICULTY IN ISOLATING PROBLEM PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS

37 10 OCT 0137CREATIVITY 1. PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS TYPES OF BLOCKS 2. EMOTIONAL BLOCKS

38 10 OCT 0138CREATIVITY EMOTIONAL BLOCKS ANGER ENVY FEAR HATE GREED LOVE LUST HEALTH HABITS PRESSURE WORRY TRANSIENT OR PERMANENT INSECURITY WORKHOLISM CAUSED BY

39 10 OCT 0139CREATIVITY OBSESSIVE DESIRE FOR SECURITY AND ORDER FEAR OF SUPERIORS / SUBORDINATES FEAR OF MAKING MISTAKES LACK OF PATIENCE NEGATIVE ATTITUDE LACK OF MOTIVATION EMOTIONAL BLOCKS

40 10 OCT 0140CREATIVITY 1. PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS 2. EMOTIONAL BLOCKS TYPES OF BLOCKS 3. CULTURAL BLOCKS

41 10 OCT 0141CREATIVITY CULTURAL BLOCKS CAUSED BY EFFECTS OF SOCIETY, GROUP, WORK CULTURE, FAMILY ENVIRONMENT

42 10 OCT 0142CREATIVITY LOGIC BETTER THAN INTUITION TRADITION BETTER THAN CHANGE RELUCTANCE TO IMPLEMENT NEW IDEAS TABOOS LACK OF GROUP SPIRIT CULTURAL BLOCKS CULTURAL BLOCKS

43 10 OCT 0143CREATIVITY 1. PERCEPTUAL BLOCKS TYPES OF BLOCKS 2. EMOTIONAL BLOCKS 3. CULTURAL BLOCKS 4. OTHER BLOCKS

44 10 OCT 0144CREATIVITY COMMON BLOCKS 1. ALLERGY TO AMBIGUITY 2. CONFORMITY 3.FEAR OF FAILURE 4.TOUCHINESS 5.RESOURCE MYOPIA 6.RIGIDITY 7. STARVED SENSIBILITIES

45 10 OCT 0145CREATIVITY MENTAL BLOCKS TO CREATIVITY YOUR TEMPERAMENT

46 10 OCT 0146CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS 4. FORCED RELATIONSHIPS 5. ANALOGIES 6. MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS 7. ATTRIBUTE LISTING 8. CHECK LIST TECHNIQUE

47 10 OCT 0147CREATIVITY TO PRACTICE A CONFERENCE TECHNIQUE BY WHICH A GROUP ATTEMPTS TO FIND A SOLUTION FOR A SPECIFIC PROBLEM BY AMASSING ALL THE IDEAS SPONTANEOUSLY DISTRIBUTED BY ITS MEMBERS BRAIN STORMING DEFINITION

48 10 OCT 0148CREATIVITY GROUND RULES OF BRAIN STORMING 1. JUDICIAL THINKING MUST BE WITH HELD 2. “FREE WHEELING” IS WELCOME 3. QUANTITY IS WANTED (QUANTITY BREEDS QUALITY) 4. COMBINATION AND IMPROVEMENT ARE SOUGHT

49 10 OCT 0149CREATIVITY 1. NOT TOO MANY EXPERTS 2. GP SIZE 6 TO IN CERTAIN PROBLEMS – GENDER MIX 4. MORNING TIME MOST EFFECTIVE 5. AVERAGE TIME 1.25 TO 2 HOURS 6. PROBLEM – QUITE SPECIFIC & LIMITED IN RANGE OTHER RULES OF BRAIN STORMING

50 10 OCT 0150CREATIVITY STRENGTHS 1. EASY TO LEARN 2. APPLICABLE TO MANY ORG PROBLEMS 3.DEVELOPMENT OF BETTER INTER PERSONAL RELATIONS BRAIN STORMING STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES WEAKNESSES 1. INAPPROPRIATE PROBLEMS & PROBLEM FORMULATION 2. OVER-AMBITIOUS EXPECTATIONS 3. DIFFICULTY OF OVERCOMING PERSONAL INHIBITIONS

51 10 OCT 0151CREATIVITY BRAIN STORMING COMMON ERRORS 1. EVALUATION 2. LEAVING OUT OF IDEAS BY NOTE TAKER 3. WANDERING AWAY FROM THE PROBLEM 4. INCORRECT DEFINITION OF THE PROBLEM 5. DOMINATION BY THE CHAIRMAN 6. NOT LISTENING TO OTHERS’ IDEAS

52 10 OCT 0152CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT)

53 10 OCT 0153CREATIVITY NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 1. SILENT IDEA GENERATION IN WRITING 2. CIRCULATION OF IDEAS AMONGST PARTICIPANTS 3. SERIAL DISCUSSION OF IDEAS 4. SELECTION BY VOTING

54 10 OCT 0154CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS

55 10 OCT 0155CREATIVITY SYNECTICS GOAL WISHING EXCURSION FORCE -FITTING EVALUATION

56 10 OCT 0156CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS 4. FORCED RELATIONSHIPS

57 10 OCT 0157CREATIVITY NILGIRI, YOU ARE MY AIR INDIA OF TEA

58 10 OCT 0158CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS 4. FORCED RELATIONSHIPS 5.ANALOGIES DIRECT PERSONAL FANTASY SYMBOLIC

59 10 OCT 0159CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS 4. FORCED RELATIONSHIPS 5. ANALOGIES 6. MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

60 10 OCT 0160CREATIVITY MORPHOLOGICAL BOX-ELEMENTS OF COMN IN AN ORG INTRA-MGT IN PLANT OPERATION SALES SUPPLIERS CUSTOMERS FINANCIAL COMPETITORS AREA OF COMN COMN PURPOSES FUNCTIONS OF MGT LEADERSHIP PROBLEM SOLVING DM CONTROL AUTHORITY RESPONSIBILITY (PROFIT) LOAD DISTRIBUTION INSTRUCTION ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE DEVELOP UNDERSTANDING HELP MGT DO ITS JOB HUMANIZING MGT COORD DEVELOP CONFIDENCE

61 10 OCT 0161CREATIVITY TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE CREATIVITY 1. BRAIN STORMING 2. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE (NGT) 3. SYNECTICS 4. FORCED RELATIONSHIPS 5. ANALOGIES 6. MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS 7.ATTRIBUTE LISTING 8.CHECK LIST TECHNIQUE

62 10 OCT 0162CREATIVITY CHECK LIST TECHNIQUE 1. WHAT CAN WE ADD TO OBJECT TO IMPROVE IT? 2. SUBTRACT FROM IT WITHOUT DAMAGING? 3. WHAT CAN WE ALTER IN IT? 4. CAN WE RE-ARRANGE ITS COMPONENTS? 5. ADAPT FOR OTHER USES? 6. MAGNIFY THE OBJECT GREATLY? 7. MINIATURISE THE OBJECT? 8. WHAT OBJECT COULD HAVE OPPOSITE PROPERTIES? 9. OTHER USES OF OBJ? 10. NEW WAYS OF UTILISING THE OBJECT? 11. ALTERNATIVE WAYS OF PRODUCING OBJECT?

63 10 OCT 0163CREATIVITY 1. BREAKING AWAY FROM RESTRICTIONS - IDENTIFY YOUR ‘BLOCKS’ - RE-EXAMINE YOUR BOUNDARIES & ASSUMPTIONS - REJECT THE EITHER OR ALTERNATIVES 2. GENERATING NEW IDEAS - LOOK AT SITUATIONS DIFFERENTLY – OTHER ANGLES - SEEK MANY ALTS (DO NOT SEE ‘ONE BEST WAY’) - ARRANGE DISCONTINUITY (FREE THINKING, SWITCHING PROBLEMS, CROSS-FERTILISING IDEAS, USING ANALOGIES TO SPARK NEW IDEAS) 3. DELAYING JUDGEMENT. DON’T KILL NEW IDEAS BY SAYING - IT WON’T WORK - WE ARE ALREADY DOING IT - IT’S TRIED BEFORE, ITS NOT PRACTICAL - IT WON’T SOLVE THE PROBLEM,-TOO RISKY - TOO THEORETICAL ………………….. DEVELOP YOUR ABILITY TO THINK CREATIVELY

64 10 OCT 0164CREATIVITY A MODEL OF CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE PROBLEM SENSITIVITY, CURIOSITY (ABILITY TO SENSE THE ODD OR ANOMALOUS) SENSING OF PROBLEMS, ISSUES, OPPORTUNITIES CONVERGENT THINKING ABILITY, CAUSES, GUESSING ABILITY STRUCTURING PROBLEMS PROBLEM RESTRUCTURING ABILITY (NEW UNDERSTANDING,GNEW APPROACHES, DIVERGENT THINKING, ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES / SOLUTIONS) FLUENCY FLEXIBILITY ORIGINALITY (NOVEL, UNIQUE, YET APPROPRIATE SOLUTIONS) EVALUATION THROUGH CONVERGENT THINKING CONSEQUENCE GUESSING ELABORATION REFINEMENT THROUGH CONVERGENT THINKING DR. PRADIP KHANDWALA (GENERATE MANY RESPONSES TO THE PROBLEM) (GENERATE A VARIETY OF RESPONSES TO THE PROBLEM)

65 10 OCT 0165CREATIVITY 12 STEPS ON STAIR CASE OF CREATIVITY 1. SOURCE FOR MOTIVATION OR INSPIRATION 2. WIDE READING/SCANNING & EXPLORING WIDE AREAS 3. SELECT SUITABLE AREA OR PLATFORM OF WK, WITH RICH POTENTIAL FOR CREATIVITY 4. PRACTISE FOCUSSING ENERGY ON A CHOSEN ISSUE OF INTEREST 5. LEARN TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN LOOKING, SEEING & OBSERVING 6. MAINTAIN DETAILED & METICULOUS RECORD OF ALL OBSNS...CONTD

66 10 OCT 0166CREATIVITY 12 STEPS ON STAIR CASE OF CREATIVITY 7.CHALLENGE OLD ASSUMPTIONS & MAINTAIN FREEDOM OF MIND 8. HAVE A PHASE OF REFLECTION, INTERACTION OR BRAINSTORMING TO ANALYSE NEW THOUGHTS 9. CONTINUOUSLY & CAREFULLY ELIMINATE CHAFF FROM GRAIN 10.HAVE BRIEF BREAK OF SOLITUDE FOR DISENGAGING MIND 11.SELECT PEAK MOMENTS TO MAXIMISE EFFICIENCY OR EVEN IMAGINATION 12.BE READY TO CATCH THE FLASH OF THAT CHANCE “EUREKA EXPERIENCE”

67 10 OCT 0167CREATIVITY * IT IS A PROCESS OF FINDING SOLUTIONS OR PRODUCING WORK WHICH IS BOTH NOVEL & USEFUL. * HUMAN CREATIVITY IS FAR MORE ABUNDANT THAN IMAGINED. * THERE ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF CREATIVITY EXPRESSIVE, ABSTRACTIVE, ELABORATIVE * IT IS A CLUSTER OF ABILITIES - Fluency, Flexibility, Originality. Problem Sensitivity. * Some of the Group creative Problems solving techniques are :- Brainstorming - Qty leads to Quality Synectics - Use of Analogy Inversion Enespathy- * For Organisations to be effective collective creativity is as important as individual creativity.

68 10 OCT 0168CREATIVITY

69 10 OCT 0169CREATIVITY A SOLDIER SHOULD NOT BE AFRAID OF ANY THING – NOT EVEN A NEW IDEA.... SUN TZU


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