Creativity & Innovation: An RSB Booklet
Human creativity or innovation, a very large and complex subject area, is the subject of considerable debate concerning what it is and how it is applied. One definition holds that to be creative or innovative is to be original, imaginative, expressive, ground-breaking, inventive, and idea-generative. The problem with all of the above creativity labels is that these are context-sensitive or relative terms. In other words, we can only be truly creative if we have an alternative or a different perspective than everyone else, particularly when most people think the same way. This booklet takes a different position. It asserts that every person has the potential to be creative and that we can therefore all improve our skills in this critical area.
Rapid Skill Builder Series Team Briefing Booklets are short, sharp and succinct resources provide best practice thinking on a range of key topics and are currently available in 50 titles. They are designed to provide a practical method for improving skills and focus on explaining the main steps in the process. On the back page of each booklet, a template illustrates how the process fits together for practical and immediate application.
These resources can be used in many settings, including: staff meetings or other group gatherings where time is limited and you want to discuss a specific skill or topic; pre-course work (to provide a brief and practical introduction to a topic); one-on-one or group coaching; self development; any other situation where a practical best practice process is required and time is limited.
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