101 Activities for Teaching Creativity and Problem Solving
Employees who possess problem-solving skills are highly valued in today?s competitive business environment. The question is how can employees learn to deal in innovative ways with new data, methods, people, and technologies? In this groundbreaking book, Arthur VanGundy -- a pioneer in the field of idea generation and problem solving -- has compiled 101 group activities that combine to make a unique resource for trainers, facilitators, and human resource professionals. The book is filled with idea-generation activities that simultaneously teach the underlying problem-solving and creativity techniques involved. Each of the book?s 101 engaging and thought-provoking activities includes facilitator notes and advice on when and how to use the activity. Using 101 Activities for Teaching Creativity and Problem Solving will give you the information and tools you need to:
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101 Activities 30 minutes Related Activities for Teaching answer any questions apply Background Balloon brainstorming cards challenging charts for evaluation colors of sticking combination consider having participants Copyright creative ideas Creativity and Problem Debrief/Discussion diameter exercise to helping flip charts flip-chart paper following questions four to seven free association group members groups of four Handout Time 30 help participants learn idea per note ideas as possible ideas on Post-it ideas Participants Small Imprint of Wiley John Wiley markers masking tape Materials,Supplies,and Equipment minutes Related Activities Museum Madness Notes Handout Notes one idea Objectives participants debrief Participants Small groups permission of Pfeiffer perspectives posting flip-chart sheets Problem Solving Procedure rate the value Reproduced by permission sessions sheet of flip-chart solutions sticking dots 1⁄2 tape for posting Teaching Creativity Tell the groups three different colors trigger unrelated stimuli Wiley & Sons words write www.pfeiffer.com X X X