Introduction to Creative Thinking Course
A high energy 1-Day introduction of the theory and practice of Creative Thinking. We believe in ‘learning-by-doing’. You personal creativity will get a boost and you will learn how you can improve all parts of the Design Thinking process and especially Ideation.
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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
You will learn what the rules are for a strong brainstorm according to participants and process. You will practice several strong divergence tools to find new ideas and use different convergence technics to build concepts out of the ideas. So you will experience a complete brainstorm process and
recognize what the tricks are to have control over Ideation as a facilitator. Creativity has an aura of uncontrollability. At the end of this course, you experienced the opposite. Creative Thinking is an effective process to solve problem statements for you and your team in the daily working environment.
Part 1 Theory
A short introduction to Creative Thinking. What is it? What’s the difference between logical thinking? Can I compare it with CPS or SIT?
Part 2 Attitudes and Skills
There are two major attitudes about Creative Thinking: Defer Judgement and Be Expansive. These attitudes can be strengthened by the use of three skills: Imagination, Perception and Association. You will experience all these five elements throughout the training.
Part 3 Learning by Doing
On the basis of the process of Creative Thinking, you will experience a complete brainstorm. You will practice several strong divergence tools to find new ideas and use different convergence technics to build concepts out of the ideas.
This video gives you a glimpse on our Design Thinking Trainings with global companies:
Meet your instructors
Managing Partner DT Academy NZ & AUS
Darryl combines his design thinking expertise with his leadership experience to help people and organizations become more human-centered and focused on creating meaningful experiences.
We can also offer you a tailor-made coaching program designed around your specific team objectives to guide you through the DT process.