The Art of Creative Thinking: How to be Innovative and Develop Great Ideas

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2007 - 133 páginas
New ideas help businesses gain an advantage over their rivals. Employees who generate these new ideas -- who practice the art of creative thinking -- are one of a company's greatest assets. The Art of Creative Thinking shows the reader practical ways of becoming a more creative thinker. Each succinct chapter is built around one core idea which is then developed and illustrated. End-of-chapter key points summarize the main points. The Art of Creative Thinking shows you how to: develop your understanding of the creative process; overcome barriers to creating new ideas; broaden your vision; build on new ideas; develop a creative attitude; become more confident as a creative thinker.

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Make the strange familiar and the
15
Keypoints
25
Curiosity
33
Keep your eyes open
39
Listen for ideas
45
Reading to generate ideas
51
Keep a notebook
57
Make better use of your Depth Mind
67
Do not wait for inspiration
77
Sharpen your analytical skills
83
Suspend judgement
89
Sleep on the problem
103
Index
129
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John Adair is acknowledged internationally as an authority on leadership. The world's first Professor of Leadership Studies, he advises many organizations in business, government, education, health and the voluntary sector. He has recently received the Lifetime Achievement in Leadership Award, and he continues to write and teach throughout the world, inspiring new audiences with his timeless and timely vision of leadership. He is the author of the best-selling classics Not Bosses But Leaders, How to Grow Leaders and The Inspirational Leader, all published by Kogan Page.

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