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  • Creativity

    Barczak‚ G.‚ Lassk‚ F. & Mulki‚ J. (2010) Creativity allows teams to solve problems and leverage existing resources simply by virtue of having different thoughts and perspectives. Emotional intelligence promotes team trust which fosters a collaborative culture which increases the creativity of the team. Increased EQ in individuals and teams allows for better communication and openness to different ideas. Team emotional intelligence is the ‘ability of a group to develop a set of norms that manage

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    Creativity. Most common misunderstandings. ABSTRACT This essay is devoted to an issue of creativity understanding. Nowadays creativity is a characteristic that every employer is looking for in a potential employee. In the world of competition it is becoming a very precious commodity. Nevertheless‚ some significant contradiction occurs when question arises - what actually creativity is and when do we really need it. Unbelievable quantity of myths exists around this seemingly simple notion.

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    The right hemisphere is the one that operates creativity. The specialized characteristics of the right hemisphere make it the seat of curiosity‚ synergy‚ experimentation‚ metaphoric thinking‚ playfulness‚ solution finding‚ artistry‚ flexibility‚ synthesizing and in general‚ risk taking. In addition‚ it is likely to be opportunistic‚ future oriented‚ welcoming of change‚ and to function as the center of our visualization capability. Every one of these specialized modes is capable of enhancing an

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    20:453–476 DOI 10.1007/s10798-009-9102-z Methods that may stimulate creativity and their use in architectural design education ´ Doris C. C. K. Kowaltowski • Giovana Bianchi • Valeria Teixeira de Paiva Published online: 13 November 2009 Ó Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2009 Abstract The architectural design process is based on a creative phase where creativity is highly valued. Although the literature on creativity is rich in ways to stimulate the decision-making process‚ these tools

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  • Creativity

    What spoils our creativity? Hello‚ladies and gentlemen.I’m so glad to be here to share my speech with you all.Today‚my topic is what spoils creativity.Our generation is supposed to be most creative for we enjoy a lot of marvelous creation that our former generations had never met before.However‚it is not the case.We have to admit that most of us fail to be creative for most of time nowadays.How could this happen?What spoils our creativity?After thinking for a long time‚I figure out‚to some extent

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  • Creativity and Innovation

    CREATIVITY Creativity is the ability to generate innovative ideas and manifest them from thought into reality. The process involves original thinking and then producing. The process of creation was historically reserved for deities creating "from nothing" in creationism and other creation myths. Over time‚ the term creativity came to include human innovation‚ especially in art and science and led to the emergence of the creative class. Etymology Creativity comes from the Latin term creō "to

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  • Idea and Creativity

    Creativity by Carlos Soto Albert Einstein once said‚ “The secret of creativity is knowing how to hide your sources”. Creativity is always the base and most importantly the start of something big and interesting when we try to create or build projects. Not every one is fortunate of possessing creativity‚ because it involves several disciplines: psychology‚ philosophy‚ cognitive thinking‚ education‚ theology‚ sociology‚ etc. Creativity is a phenomenon is which something new‚ valuable‚ and useful

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  • Creativity and Innovation

    Sample Essay The importance of creativity and innovation Businesses are facing changes like never before .Today‚ companies must be attentive to the needs of consumers as market their goods or services. The diversity of products offered by the company must satisfy all consumer needs and exceed customer expectations in terms of quality‚ since it represents a business opportunity for the company. Creativity and innovation are often the key to the success of a business‚ particularly when strategizing

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  • Creativity and Children

    Explain the difference between formal and informal creative activities. The key characteristics in creativity can support young children’s development in a number of ways. Emotionally they learn how to manage frustrations if a project isn’t going to plan or can feel happy and proud and a sense of achievement when it is completed. Socially children can build up self-confidence by working alongside or with others‚ creating something to share and thereby making friends. Intellectually they

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  • The Importance of Creativity

    The Importance of Creativity In today’s world‚ creativity is particularly desired. Creativity is a fundamental factor and is an important aspect for the continued success of any prosperous corporation. Most of the major corporations today have maintained their creativity and encourage their employees to be creative in order to survive the ever changing global economy. “In the past‚ creative individuals in a society were at best a mixed blessing-disdained‚ discouraged‚ even destroyed at the time

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