Category: Creativity

Boss’s Tip of the Week: Creativity versus innovation

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Creativity is coming up with ideas. Most people do this naturally. Your challenge is to capture them. Innovation is turning ideas into meaningful change. Your challenge is to create a disciplined process to make that change a reality. This is only one of 347 tips in my ebook, Become a Better Boss One Tip at a  »  Read More

If you’re human, then you’re creative

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I wish I had a dollar for everyone I’ve ever heard tell me they weren’t creative. I would be one rich guy. And, whenever I hear that, I think about Luke. I was part of a team that developed an innovation and creativity course for a major oil company. In one of the early classes, we went around the room talking about  »  Read More

The Magic of Creativity

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It’s a funny thing about creativity. The very things that make you successful can be the things that stifle the spirit of discovery. So much of our work is about busyiness, about doing things whether they really make sense or not, just to look like you’re doing something productive. Answering emails and  »  Read More

How to have a more creative team without changing the people

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We don’t need more creativity To hear many business leaders tell it, creativity is in short supply. They want their people to be more creative. But their people are already creative. They have good ideas all the time and they have lots of them at work. When we talk about a creative team, we mean one where people  »  Read More

More and Better Ideas

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Innovation is important. It gives a company competitive advantage and sustainability. But innovation without good ideas is impotent. No matter what kind of innovation you want, you need as many good ideas as you can get. Alan Robinson and Dean Schroeder say that: “Research shows that 80 percent of an  »  Read More

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