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Chapter 13:Creative Problem Solving Make it a practice to keep on the lookout for novel and interesting ideas that others have used successfully. Your idea only has to be original in its adaptation to the problem you are working on - Thomas Edison
The Creative Process described by Maslow • Maslow called the creative process the • “art of being happily lost in the present moment.” • Maslow divided the creative process into: • primary creativity (origin of ideas) • secondary creativity (strategic plan)
Roger von Oech’s four phases of creative thinking • The Explorer - looks for ideas • The Artist - plays with ideas • The Judge - judges the best ideas • The Warrior - champions the best idea
Connect all 9 dots with 4 straight lines. Go through each dot only once. Do not lift your pencil from the paper.
Obstacles to the creative process • “The right answer.” • “I’m not creative.” • “Don’t be foolish.” • “To err is wrong.”
Arthur VanGundy’sObstacles to the creative process • perceptual roadblocks • emotional roadblocks • intellectual roadblocks • cultural roadblocks • environmental roadblocks
A creative problem-solving strategy • describe the problem or issue. • generate some viable ideas. • select the best idea(s). • implement the best idea. • evaluate the outcome • Did it work? • Why or why not? If not, start over again to find the best solution.
The map of creative problem solving Generating ideas Description of the problem Idea selection and refinement Idea implemen- tation Evaluation and analysis of action plan
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