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  1. Provides of Tools for Defining Problems
  2. Provides of Tools for Creating New Ideas
  3. Provides of Organizational Characteristics that Support Creativity and Innovation

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Creative Thinking Skills

Contents
1. Blocks and Blockbusters to Creativity
2. Conceptual Blocks
3. Types of Conceptual Blocks
4. Constancy
5. Compression
6. Complacency
7. The Paradoxical Characteristics of Creative Groups
8. Myths about Creativity
9. Tools for Defining Problems
10. Kipling Method
11. Kipling Method
12. Problem Statement
13. Challenge Method
14. Tools for Creating New Ideas
15. Attribute Listing
16. Brainstorming
17. Visioning
18. Organizational Characteristics that Support Creativity and Innovation
19. Creating a Creative Climate

How is it that some people always seem to be able to generate new ideas and think creatively, and others seem to struggle to do so? The answer lies in their ability to use creative thinking.

Creative thinking is the ability to look at things differently, and find new ways of solving problems. Creative thinking skills are definitely not just for ‘creative types' like artists and musicians. Everyone can benefit from creative thinking from time to time.

Creative thinking is all about developing innovative solutions to problems. Creative thinkers brainstorm not only a large number of ideas but also a variety and range of them.

Once they've brainstormed their ideas, creative thinkers will experiment with them. They look at ideas from multiple perspectives and examine how their solutions fit into the scope of what they're working on. Creative thinkers aren't afraid to take risks and try new ideas. In fact, this ability to develop, test, and implement original solutions makes them a valuable asset to just about any workplace. At work, creative thinking may look like:

1. Holding an interactive brainstorm to gather initial thoughts on a project
2. Evaluating a current process and offering suggestions on how to improve it
3. Researching other ways to market a product and leading experiments on new marketing channels
4. Developing an innovative way to reach out to prospective clients
5. Identifying a unique opportunity to promote the company brand and developing a strategy to do so

Creative thinking includes the process of innovative problem-solving – from analyzing the facts to brainstorming to working with others. Examples of these skills include analytical skills, innovation, and collaboration.

Creative thinking is about "thinking outside the box," but putting limitations on your problem-solving can help you think more freely and innovatively. For example, if someone tells you to make dinner, you may struggle to come up with a meal you don't always cook. Yet if they ask you to make a hot dinner with three specific ingredients and two spices, you'll more likely come up with something original.

Putting yourself inside a box, whether that's by telling yourself you need to include three charts in your presentation or giving yourself a strict word count for an article, can help expand your thinking.

It's easy to get stuck in the same thought patterns, especially at work. However, those thought patterns may be hampering your innovation and keeping you stuck in routines that don't serve you.

Creative thinking shows us that there are many solutions to any problem, and developing your creative thinking skills helps you recognize innovative solutions more quickly.

Many business leaders see creativity and innovation as something unpredictable, with 53% of businesses reporting that innovation occurs by chance. However, with the right tools, you can tap into creative thinking whenever you want.

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UJ Consulting

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UJ Consulting

Untung Juanto ST. , MM. Founder of UJ Consulting. He is professionally experienced business and management consultant in several local and multinational companies. [read more]

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