Creativity means turning new ideas and imaginations into reality. The meaning of creativity is, in fact, understanding the world in new ways, recognizing hidden patterns, communicating between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and creating and creating solutions. Creativity involves two processes: thinking and then creating.
If you have an idea in mind but do nothing to make it work, you are only imaginative, not creative!
Creativity is the process of bringing new things to life and it requires commitment and commitment.
Creativity makes us aware of the issues that were previously hidden to us to build a new life. The experience itself is seen as an increase in consciousness, such as what an ecstasy does. As Rolo May puts it, he “dares to create.”
Is creativity possible in business? I believe it is possible but risked reaching the destination after crossing the rough terrain.
“It is a creative product that is innovative and worthwhile. The innovative product is in fact original and not expected. The broader the meaning, the more product, work and ideas it requires, and the more creative it is.
What is innovation?
Innovation is the implementation of a new or completely improved product, service or process that creates value for business, government and society. According to some, creativity has nothing to do with innovation, because innovation has a framework. But creativity is not. Of course, I am against this. In fact, creativity also has a framework and is one of the key parts of the innovation equation. No innovation happens without creativity. The key criterion in creativity and innovation is value creation.
Creativity and economic development
We live in an age of creativity. In his book “The New Mind: Why the Right Brains Will Lead the World?” Economic development is as follows:
The Age of Agriculture (Farmers)
Industrial age (factory workers)
Information Age (Scientists)
The Age of Perception (Creators and Innovators)
Pink believes that left-brain analytical computer thinking is replacing the empathy, creativity, and understanding of the skills needed to do right-brain business. In other words, creativity increases the value of a service, product or business, giving you the competitive edge and differentiating your business from other businesses, in other words, creativity is the most important factor for future success.
Without creativity, you are doomed to competition between hellish goods!
With the complexity of the task, executives and their teams decided to engage with bold management creatives and communicate with customers in creative ways, preparing their organizations with the speed and flexibility for 21st Century success.
There was no creativity
Adobe’s 2012 Creativity Survey shows that eight out of 10 feel that releasing creativity is crucial to economic growth, and nearly two-thirds of respondents feel that creativity is valuable to society, but a significant minority – only 1 in 4 people – believe they live up to their creative potential.
Can creativity be learned?
The short answer is yes. According to George Land research, we are naturally creative but as we grow older we learn to be creative. Creativity is a skill that can be developed and a process that can be managed.
Creativity begins with knowledge, learning a framework, and mastering a new way of thinking. You can be creative by experimenting, discovering, and examining hypotheses through the mind. Learning creativity is like learning a sport. You need to practice to develop the right muscles and encouraging space to flourish.
Research by Clayton M. Christensen and his researcher Creative DNA discovered: Your ability to generate innovative ideas is not just a mental function, but also a function of the five key behaviors that the brain (proposed for further study, article: brain, perception, Decision) optimizes you to discover:
Make communication: Make connections between questions, problems, or ideas from unrelated contexts
Investigate: articulate questions that challenge current knowledge.
Observe: Monitor the behavior of customers, suppliers and competitors to identify new ways of doing things
Networking: Meeting people with different ideas and perspectives
Experiment: Build experiences based on interaction and stimulate unusual responses to the emergence of thoughts
Sir Richard Branson has a motto that runs in the DNA of Virgin companies. This is the slogan A-B-C-D. (Meaning always connected to points). Creativity is an exercise, and if you practice these five skills every day, you will increase your skills in creativity and innovation.
Other sources of creativity
Workshop on creativity and innovation
A compiled list of creative tools and techniques:
The belief that only special and talented people are (and we must be born that way) undermines our confidence in our creative abilities. According to a study at Exeter University, the notion that geniuses such as Shakespeare, Picasso and Mozart have a godly talent is a story. Researchers looked at outstanding performances in the arts, mathematics and sport to see if “if one wants to achieve high potential, one must have an innate potential called talent.”
Encouragement and encouragement
And most importantly, practice
There have been few early signs of parental commitment to commitment. “No one has achieved high levels of success without thousands of hours of serious training. Mozart practiced for six years before creating a well-known masterpiece. In addition, many of the prominent artists today reach high levels of success. Have similar abilities to the likes of Mozart or the gold medalist of recent centuries.
Fostering creativity in the workplace: Garage rules
Follow these simple rules to foster a culture of creativity and innovation: These are defined by HP in its 1999 annual report, which actually started in the garage for the first time, which is why we call it the garage rules:
Believe you can change the world
Work fast, make tools available, work anytime.
Know when to work alone and when to work together.
Share tools and ideas. Trust your co-workers.
Politics forbidden. Bureaucracy banned. (These are ridiculous in a garage.)
The client determines whether the work is well done.
Radical ideas are not bad ideas.
Create different ways to work.
Share your work every day. Without this, he would not leave the garage.
Believe that we can do everything together.
And lastly: invent.