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I bust five myths about the creative process’ limitations and counter them with the theory that everyone has the ability to generate ideas.
Talking with people that have varying backgrounds and interests is one of the best ways to brainstorm ideas — and therefore stimulate creative thinking.
A common misconception is that generating ideas is the key to innovation. But instead, that key is solving the right problem.
Creativity is the production of something that is novel and useful, and using forced connections helps brainstorm these unusual ideas.
When facing undefined, real-world problems as opposed to traditional questions with straightforward answers, the need for a creative spark arises.
Roger explains the importance of quantity in the idea generation stage, and how to select the best ideas to move forward and develop.
Is there a difference between creativity and innovation? If my boss is not supportive, can I still be creative and innovative in my department?
How to Generate 100 Ideas in 10 Minutes with Dr. Roger Firestien Dr. Roger Firestien shares his simple method for generating more original ideas. You'll Learn: The four guidelines for generating ideas Why silly warm-ups seriously help brainstorming The magic number...
I recently had the pleasure of joining my friend, Amy Climer of Climer Consulting on her podcast. Listen to the podcast here, or on your favorite podcast service.
Dr. Roger Firestien, Creativity Consultant was recently featured in an article by Observer Today.