When it’s your business to teach creativity and innovation practices, it’s tempting to assume everyone believes that there might be a set of defined steps for innovation or that it’s possible to learn them. Well, as we’ve discovered, not everyone does. Our first published paper following a recent survey of presumed innovators, educators, and just … Continue reading Do We Innovate As We Believe We Do?
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Padlet is a terrific tool for all instructors to engage learners quickly and easily.
With such a wealth of available, simple techniques for innovation, we @CIEAdvising are shocked that ANY industry can’t hold up it’s progression for growth.
We’ll say this again. Research shows there is NO creativity without constraint. Make a simple problem and it will lead to effective change options. Want to try it? https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/what-a-crisis-teaches-us-about-innovation/
We can all be inventors whether sitting at our desks, in meetings, or singing in the shower.
“…a look at three foundational areas undergoing massive disruption and how KM can play a role in driving change through innovation— and not just technological innovation, but people and process innovation as well. The three areas are how we live, how we work, and how we learn.” Art Murray, D.Sc. CEO of Applied Knowledge Sciences and co-founder of the … Continue reading Disruptive innovation: No better time
Newsflash. Brand new inventions almost never happen. Starting with what already works and making strategic changes that are know to work significantly increases the likelihood of success. Want to learn more? Ask us how. https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/how-bill-gates-approaches-problem-solving-dont-reinvent-wheel.html
This is helpful, and it still includes that darned guessing step, individually if not in groups. Structured innovation works, it’s easy to learn, it takes less time, and it’s more likely to generate workable ideas. Ask us how. https://studeo.com.au/current-brainstorming-process-is-broken-how-to-generate-ideas-more-effectively/
“Factfulness is a relaxing habit for critical thinking. It helps you maintain a fact-based worldview. It teaches you how to recognise and avoid the most common ways information gets misinterpreted. . .” https://ritholtz.com/2020/06/factfulness-rules-of-thumb/
We are both authors and practitioners of innovation methods for students and small businesses. Because we both believe these are skills that have the greatest impact the younger they are taught, we’re working on a new project focused on designing rapid, affordable, engaging methods and instructional practices for innovation and creativity within classroom or teaching … Continue reading Innovative Collaboration Opportunity