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Workshop 4 - WHAT - Creative thinking

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Presentation of creativity and five types of creative thinking to the enkel ideas accelerator TRIBE 1, Oct 2014.

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Workshop 4 - WHAT - Creative thinking

  1. 1. Enkel ideas accelerator @enkel HQ, PS Art Space Wed 8 Oct 2014 Adam Jorlen - Facilitator, Futurist, Network Architect #enkelideas
  2. 2. Practical stuff • Handouts from last week • Silent presentation 22 October : 7 images each • Food Futures Guerilla Conference 10AM- 12PM on Sunday. South Fremantle Farmers mkts. • Tomorrow: enkel @ Murdoch from 3PM • Venue for next time: Cat’s house - 19/474 Murray St, Perth (corner of Murray & Milligan St in the CBD)
  3. 3. Creative experiences are very valuable, but in order to fully benefit from them, they must be observed, documented, and put to use.
  4. 4. Creativity • Innovation = creativity + action • What is creativity? • Five types of creative thinking Source for tonight’s theme and the following slides: ADAM JORLEN - CREATIVE THINKING IN FORESIGHT- THE ROLE OF CREATIVE THINKING IN FORESIGHT AND HOW IT CAN BE USED FOR BETTER FORESIGHT THINKING. A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE AUSTRALIAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OFENTREPRENEURSHIP AT SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYFOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MANAGEMENT
  5. 5. What is creativity? • Mystical approaches attempt to explain creativity as something, which originates from divine intervention or other mystical sources. • Pragmatic approaches and other scientific approaches, among them De Bono, aim to develop creativity rather than understand it, and are often not tested for validity. • Psychodynamic approaches are based on research by Jung, Freud and others from the psychoanalytical tradition. These describe creative output as stemming from tensions between unconscious processes and the conscious reality. • Psychometric approaches look at attempts to measure traits, ability etc. in order to measure creativity in individuals. • Cognitive approaches look at processes in the brain and how they are combined to result in creative output. • Social-personality approaches focus on personality variables, motivation and sociocultural factors as sources of creativity. • Confluence approaches are those where multiple components must be in place for creativity to occur. For example a combination of personality and cognitive factors.
  6. 6. Five Types of Creative Thinking The process of thought where one uses flexibility, fluency and originality to explore as many solutions or options to a problem or issue as possible.
  7. 7. Five Types of Creative Thinking An alternative to step-by- step thinking, so-called vertical thinking, which must be justified with sequential steps based on logic.
  8. 8. Five Types of Creative Thinking Producing or discovering things, which are pleasant, harmonious and beautiful to our senses.
  9. 9. Five Types of Creative Thinking Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. – Steve Jobs
  10. 10. Five Types of Creative Thinking The perception of receiving insights from somewhere or someone else. It often happens in dreams or other states, but sometimes in extremely powerful, rapid bursts of clarity and focus, known as light-bulb moments or peak experiences
  11. 11. But remember that… “Ideas - even images of the future - have no power in themselves to change the world. Their effectiveness depends upon the existence of people both willing to put them into action and capable of doing so” - Ian Miles
  12. 12. Silent Presentation 22 Oct • Select 7 images (quotes, photos, drawings, graphs, sketches, symbols or whatever…) 1. Why? 2. What? 3. Self? 4. Chessboard 5. We? 6. Fear 7. Hope

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