Fostering Creativity – Methods für your Toolbox

Kreativitätstechniken – Methodenkoffer
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Total time 50 minutes

Every company wants creative employees with lots of good ideas. "Be creative!"—has probably never spurred anyone on to imaginative high performance. But creativity can be encouraged and practiced. This e⁠-⁠learning introduces various methods and techniques for finding creative ideas —from classics such as brainstorming to stimulus image analysis. The focus of the training is in animated explanatory films. The video lectures introduce various creativity techniques and explain framework conditions that are necessary to successfully implement the methods. Specifically, the following techniques and methods will be covered: Brainstorming and Brainwriting, the 635 method, the Six Thinking Hats, the Walt Disney Method, and Stimulus Image Analysis. The e⁠-⁠learning contains valuable tips, concrete fields of application and "recipes" for a successful process. Transfer tasks help participants to integrate the methods and techniques into their everyday work. Learning questions after each module and a final test secure the learning results and confirm the achievement of the learning objectives.

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Target group

Employees who collaborate in creative teams; prospective as well as experienced managers and everyone who is interested in refreshing their skills with methods in the area of creativity techniques

Learning objectives

  • Getting to know different creativity methods for finding ideas

  • Knowing the necessary framework for the implementation of creative methods

  • Practical use of certain techniques in certain situations

Competencies

Working within a network
Analyzing situations
Encouraging innovation
Demonstrating openness
Being open-minded

Authoring tool

Rise

Methods

Moderated video lectures
Animated illustrative videos
Transfer tasks
Enacted scenes
Interactive elements
Key messages
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