Enhancing creativity for individuals, groups and organizations: Creativity as the unlimited application of knowledge
How do we become creative individuals, by ourselves and with others? How do we increase innovation in our work or study environments? How do we learn to think in unlimited ways? The answers to these questions can be found in this book, which presents new methods for enhancing our own and others’ creativity. Creativity is the engine of innovation and entrepreneurship. At the core of creativity is the ability to see original connections and to combine our knowledge in new ways. It’s about finding creativity within ourselves and releasing our creative potential without being limited by our social, cultural or professional backgrounds. Using a newly developed scientific theory combined with three practical and thoroughly tested methods, scholars Christian Byrge and Søren Hansen demonstrate how to increase our possibilities for creative thinking in both our academic, professional and private lives. And their methods are effective! In Denmark, national enterprises have worked with the approach of the creative platform to create new work environments where the employees play, break up old patterns and put all their knowledge into action, and the results have been remarkable. The practical part of the book is based on action research carried out in cooperation with various Danish companies, schools, hospitals, ministries, universities and local government administrations, as well as with Defence Command Denmark. The book is aimed at readers who wish to make others more creative, including leaders, coaches, educators, advisers and teachers.
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Creativity didactics is primarily aimed at the body
Practical guidelines for the use of creativity didactics
No experienced judgement
Who can use the embodied training
3D activities 3D didactics ability academic application of knowledge apply knowledge arousal level become bodily experience body body’s coffee colleagues creative platform creative presence creative process creative skills creativity didactics creativity training Demonstration developing ideas difficult disruptive drama exercise easier embodied training programme energy enhance creativity evaluation example exercise after three experienced judgement facilitate feel judged Find a partner floor foci focus area focused four fundamental principles four principles horizontal knowledge horizontal thinking inhibit innovation instructions instructor kayak learning limited look mental library mind minutes negative one’s parallel thinking participants patterns of thought perform the exercise personal focus phones possible post-it notes present problem professional reflective teaching reflexive relation say yes simply situation social or cultural solution solve stimuli Stop the exercise subtasks task at hand task focus teacher things think horizontally understanding unlimited application vertical knowledge vertical thinking