50 Activities on Creativity and Problem Solving

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Human Resource Development, 1992 - Creative thinking - 230 pages
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Training Objective Develop creative thinking Offer new approached to problem solving Develop approaches to problems that will not respond to traditional problem-solving methodsActivities Cover Problem analysis Thinking process Finding solutions Implementation of creative problem-solving methods
 

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Contents

1 Animal Vegetable Mineral
3
2 Attributes
7
3 Be the Problem
9
4 Blindfold Builders
11
5 Blocks to Creative Thinking
19
6 Brainstorming
21
7 Choices
27
8 Clusters
29
27 Ideal Bathtub
109
28 Impact Analysis
113
29 Innovation Dialogue
115
30 Intergroup Comparison
125
31 Lifetime Problem
129
32 Megatask
131
33 Metaphor
137
34 Miniretreat
141

9 Collage
33
10 Creative Pictures
37
11 Desert Island
41
12 Egg Drop
53
13 Fast Tracks
59
14 Fear of FailureFear of Success
61
15 Features
65
16 Fishbone Diagram
67
17 Foblo
73
18 Force Field Analysis
75
19 Forced Connections
81
20 Group Sculpture
83
21 Guided Fantasy
87
22 Heroes and Villains
89
23 How We Could Really Fail
99
24 How? How?
101
25 I Dont Understand You
105
26 Idea Transfer
107
35 Morphological Connections
143
36 Paired Ranking
145
37 Paper Clips
149
38 Pareto Analysis
151
39 Perception Puzzles
159
40 Performance
171
41 Problem Consequences
175
42 Pros and Cons
177
43 Raft Building
179
44 Red and Blue Spot Trading
185
45 Robin Hood
195
46 Selection Grid
199
47 Six Serving Men
205
48 Stakeholder Mapping
209
49 Why? Why?
213
50 Wildest Ideas
217
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Geoff Cox is an artist, teacher and projects organiser as well as currently Senior Lecturer in Computing at the University of Plymouth, UK, where he is a member of the Science Technology Art Research research group.

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