Kreativitätsdenken
Follow
Find
9.6K views | +0 today
 
Scooped by Thomas Menk
onto Kreativitätsdenken
Scoop.it!

6 Tips On Driving Innovation - Even If You Think Your Boss Will Say No

6 Tips On Driving Innovation - Even If You Think Your Boss Will Say No | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Matt Kingdon is the co-founder and co-chairman of ?What If!, the company he set up with Dave Allan in 1992 to partner clients who were enthusiastic about innovation but stuck on how to make it happen. Today ?What If! has offices in three continents and works with businesses in all sectors – including big names such as Google, PepsiCo, Pfizer and Virgin – and Kingdon’s passion for innovation is stronger than ever. Speaking to him, you get the strong sense that he won’t take “no” for an answer – and all his key themes are backed up with strong, practical strategies that address those times when “no” is what you’re hearing. His book The Science of Serendipity: How to Unlock the Promise of Innovation in Large Organisations, focuses on the specific problems that innovators face in large businesses and is guaranteed to fire up anyone with good ideas who’s seeking ways to implement them. Readers might also be interested to learn that serendipity doesn’t mean exactly what they might have thought it did …....

more...
No comment yet.
Kreativitätsdenken
Innovationsprozess für unser Denken. Strategische Innovation für Teams | http://www.kreativitaetsdenken.de
Curated by Thomas Menk
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Innovation › Kreativitätsdenken - Neues Denken und Handeln im Unternehmen

Innovation › Kreativitätsdenken - Neues Denken und Handeln im Unternehmen | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it
Innovationskultur Aufgrund des wachsenden globalen Wettbewerbs, höheren Kundenansprüchen sowie der steigenden Austauschbarkeit von ...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Creative Thinking In Business - Edward de Bono (Video)

Creative Thinking In Business - Edward de Bono (Video) | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Edward de Bono is regarded as the leading international authority in the field of creative thinking, innovation, and the direct teaching of thinking as a skill. In these two videos, de Bono discusses several topics within the subject of creative thinking in business.

  • Why the business sector embraces the art of thinking more than others.
  • Most CEO’s dont spend anywhere near enough time on creative or strategic thinking – find out why this is costing a lot in lost opportunity income.
  • The detrimental impact of the Internet on the art of thinking.
  • Why creative thinking got lost in history!… why Chief Executives need to break the mould from current thinking…. why there’s a need for a structured approach to profitable thinking.
  • Never let data analysis make your strategic decisions on your behalf!
  • Learn how to practically go about increasing creative yet profitable thinking in your workforce.
  • How to use ‘pressure and stress’ to generate creative ideas.
  • The opportunity for wealth is thinking outside your normal problem solving creativity area!
  • What’s the difference between creative thinking and thinking differently? … why creativity is not about wearing funny ties!
  • The role of the “ideas champion” in an organization.
  • Why the CEO has to drive creativity – it’s does not work bottom-up, it’s got to be top-down......
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

The Future of Creativity Depends on Kids Who Can Program | Big Think

The Future of Creativity Depends on Kids Who Can Program | Big Think | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

The future of creativity may depend on younger generations being taught computer coding skills just as they are taught foreign languages, mathematics, and science. As we integrate digital products deeper and deeper into our lives, from smartphones to cars which are largely run by computers, dreaming up new ideas will depend on our ability to use coding languages. Megan Smith, Chief Technology Officer of the United States and former Google executive, has already called on educators to teach every American child how to code. But classroom teachers face a steep learning curve themselves as most were born during a time without advanced coding languages. Still, hardware and software manufacturers are attempting to reach younger generations with accessible technology........

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Thomas Menk from MentalBusiness
Scoop.it!

8 Ways to Help Introverts Brainstorm for Creative Projects

8 Ways to Help Introverts Brainstorm for Creative Projects | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Here’s a little scenario that will be familiar to most teachers. There you are leading a brainstorm for a creative project, when you notice several students haven’t contributed a single word. Despite your best attempts to moderate and encourage all voices, you just can’t seem to catch the eyes of the quiet ones. But you know they’ve got great ideas; in fact, their written work is often the best in the class. And yet, you know they’ll be mortified if you call them by name — red cheeks and stammering is almost a guarantee. How can you help your introverted students brainstorm great ideas without this level of stress? While there is a high chance that quieter students may be introverts, it’s important not to confuse introversion with shyness or other social anxieties. As Susan Cain articulates with such nuance in both her famous TED Talk and her bestselling book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, introversion is primarily about a student’s energy. Students who gain their energy and inspiration from being around people are extroverts, while introverts are refreshed via quiet and alone time. Introverts can definitely be social creatures, but they can only be so when they’re getting enough solo thinking and contemplation time. Introverts are also more likely to find loud and highly social experiences overwhelming, and often prefer to have fewer but higher quality friends......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Creativity Creep

Creativity Creep | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Every culture elects some central virtues, and creativity is one of ours. In fact, right now, we’re living through a creativity boom. Few qualities are more sought after, few skills more envied. Everyone wants to be more creative—how else, we think, can we become fully realized people? Creativity is now a literary genre unto itself: every year, more and more creativity books promise to teach creativity to the uncreative. A tower of them has risen on my desk—Ed Catmull and Amy Wallace’s “Creativity, Inc.”; Philip Petit’s “Creativity: The Perfect Crime”—each aiming to “unleash,” “unblock,” or “start the flow” of creativity at home, in the arts, or at work. Work-based creativity, especially, is a growth area. In “Creativity on Demand,” one of the business-minded books, the creativity guru Michael Gelb reports on a 2010 survey conducted by I.B.M.’s Institute for Business Values, which asked fifteen hundred chief executives what they valued in their employees.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

10 Ways to Spark Creativity in the Workplace

10 Ways to Spark Creativity in the Workplace | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Creativity isn’t just for “creatives.” Rather, it’s a mental tool prized by employers across all fields. Many believe it’s the key to business success, even if the word itself has become overused and blasé. If you’ve been feeling uninspired recently, never fear: Research shows that creativity can be learned, just like any other skill. Everyone has this potential, but not everyone takes the time and effort to transform it from a potential into a strength. SEE ALSO: Inspire Creativity at Work With All 5 of Your Senses

You can’t force yourself to be creative on demand, but you can try your hardest to coax it out of yourself and your colleagues. Check out these tips to spark creativity in the workplace.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Unblock the “Spiritual Electricity” of Creative Flow

How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Unblock the “Spiritual Electricity” of Creative Flow | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

“Art is not a thing — it is a way,” Elbert Hubbard wrote in 1908. But the question of what that way is, where exactly it leads, and how to best follow it is something artists have been grappling with since the dawn of recorded time and psychologists have spent decades trying to decode, outlining the stages of creativity, its essential conditions, and the best technique for producing ideas. In 1978, a few months after she stopped drinking, artist, poet, playwright, novelist, filmmaker, composer, and journalist Julia Cameron began teaching artists — by the broadest possible definition — how to overcome creative block and get back on their feet after a “creative injury.” What began as one-on-one lessons with a handful of artists became a larger workshop, then a course, which Cameron was invited to teach around the world, and eventually The Artist’s Way (public library) — a seminal, much-beloved handbook on the creative life, exploring its gateways, its obstacles, and how we can get out of our own way. It’s at once a practical set of techniques and a timeless philosophical meditation on the quintessential human impulse to create......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, And Scientific Thinking

The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, And Scientific Thinking | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

The image is from cartoonist Hugh MacLeod, who came up with such a brilliant way to express a concept that’s often not that easy to grasp. The image makes a clear point—that knowledge alone is not useful unless we can make connections between what we know. Whether you use the terms “knowledge” and “experience” to explain the difference or not, the concept itself is sound. Lots of great writers, artists and scientists have talked about the importance of collecting ideas and bits of knowledge from the world around us, and making connections between those dots to fuel creative thinking and new ideas. This is a really fun, inspiring topic to read about, so I collected some quotes and advice from my favorite creative thinkers about the importance of making connections in your brain. I’ve added emphasis to the important parts, but if you have time I’d recommend reading the whole post and even digging into the sources I’ve linked to. To start with though, I want to look at some research that shows intelligence is closely linked with the physical connections in our brains.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Kreativer durch Bewegung

Spazieren zu gehen ist nicht nur entspannend und gesund – es macht auch kreativer. Denn wer vor einer kreativen Aufgabe aktiv herumgeht, statt zu sitzen, hat hinterher die besseren Ideen. Das belegt ein Experiment von US-Forschern. Bei kreativen Wortspielen schnitten diejenigen Probanden am besten ab, die entweder gerade draußen herumliefen oder auf einem Laufband gingen. Aber selbst ein kurzer Spaziergang vor dem Test verbesserte ihre kreativen Leistungen. Nach Ansicht der Forscher belegt dies, dass schon gemäßigte Bewegung gut für den Geist ist – und besonders für unsere Erfindungsgabe. Dass körperliche Bewegung nicht nur den Körper fit hält, sondern auch den Geist stärkt, ist nichts Neues: Studien belegen, dass regelmäßiges Joggen oder anderer Sport die geistigen Leistungen fördert und auch gegen Gedächtnisschwund im Alter helfen kann. “Aber viele Menschen würden ungern erst einmal 30 Minuten joggen, um ihre Kreativität bei der Arbeit zu erhöhen”, sagt Daniel Schwartz von der Stanford University. Gemeinsam mit seiner Kollegin Marily Oppezzo von der Santa Clara University hat er daher untersucht, ob auch schon einfaches Gehen ausreicht, um die Kreativität und Assoziationsgabe zu fördern. Immerhin sollen einige der bekanntesten Forscher ihre besten Ideen bei einem Spaziergang gehabt haben......

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Thomas Menk from denkpionier | MAGAZIN
Scoop.it!

Fachen Sie den kreativen Funken an

Fachen Sie den kreativen Funken an | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Innovation kann überall stattfinden - egal ob sie von einem Einzelnen oder einer Gruppe vorangetrieben wird. Der kreative Funke, der notwendig ist, um neue Lösungen hervorzubringen, muss immer wieder aufs Neue angefacht werden......


Via Michael Sabah
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

The “Creative” Benefits of Multiple Teams

The “Creative” Benefits of Multiple Teams | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Creative work is teamwork. That much is all but indisputable for modern organizations. The age of the lonely artist working in solitude is all but gone, if it ever existed in the first place. As we push to solve bigger and bigger challenges, we seem to inevitably need more and more people to solve them. Even our school systems are being reworked to emphasize working as a team. When it comes to organizational life, however, few people even find themselves a member of one team. Sure there’s your department, but there’s also the cross-functional team, the special task force, and the party planning committee. Many have found that serving as members of multiple teams at the same time is their new organizational reality. This presents a challenge for both team members and leaders: how do we allocate time to all those teams and how do leaders find the right people from the right team......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Kreativität | Katja Kemnitz

Kreativität | Katja Kemnitz | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Mein Psychologielehrer machte mit uns zu Beginn der Lehreinheit „Kreativität“ ein Experiment: Wir hatten eine Minute Zeit, alle weißen Lebensmittel aufzuschreiben, die uns in den Sinn kamen. Alle schrieben eifrig und die Blätter füllten sich schnell. Bei der Auswertung ging es jedoch nicht darum, möglichst viele Lebensmittel gefunden zu haben, sondern besonders einzigartige. Mehl und Eier standen wahrscheinlich auf jedem Zettel, während Mäusespeck und Zuckerwatte kaum einer aufgeschrieben hatte.....

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

How to get your ideas adopted

How to get your ideas adopted | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

However loud organizations shout for "more innovation", they often don't make it any easier for innovators to be heard or new ideas to be taken seriously. Nothing is more frustrating than having a good idea or coming up with a real innovation, but then finding that it gets rejected out of hand. It helps to remember that resistance is normal. So don't get demoralized, get smart. Any important new idea will have to work its way through the four stages of resistance, and the more important and creative the idea, the more resistance it will face. These stages are each quite different, so smart innovators develop tactics for dealing with them, particularly stages 1, 2 and 4 which are usually ignored......

more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Thomas Menk from denkpionier | MAGAZIN
Scoop.it!

Warum gehen großen Unternehmen die Ideen aus?

Warum gehen großen Unternehmen die Ideen aus? | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Konzerne haben viel Geld, Erfahrung und Tausende Mitarbeiter. Die besten Einfälle aber haben meist andere.



Fürth, 1951: Gustav Schickedanz fühlt sich bedroht. Der gelernte Kaufmann hat gerade das Versandhaus Quelle wiederaufgebaut; 1,5 Millionen Kunden geben dort regelmäßig ihre Bestellungen auf. Doch die Konkurrenten Otto und Neckermann sind Schickedanz auf den Fersen, und er beschließt, eine neue, leistungsfähigere Versandanlage bauen zu lassen. Sechs Jahre später eröffnet er die modernste Paketfabrik der Welt: Erstmals werden die Versanddaten elektronisch verarbeitet.

Das Unternehmen kann nun mehr als 100.000 Pakete pro Tag verschicken und wird zum größten Versandhaus Europas. Jahrzehntelang führt der Konzern ein ruhiges Leben. Selbst als im Jahr 1994 ein amerikanisches Start-up namens Amazon beginnt, Bücher, CDs und Videos über das Internet zu verkaufen, ist man in Fürth nicht weiter besorgt. Da Quelle vor allem ältere Kunden hat und andere Produkte vertreibt, scheint die Konkurrenz fern..........


Via Michael Sabah
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

How To Be More Creative Right Now

How To Be More Creative Right Now | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

To some, creativity is an elusive muse who rarely graces us with her presence. To others, she’s a best friend who stops by all the time to play and hang out. Either way, you can cultivate creativity any time—even right now. While you may not become the next Jony Ive or Salvador Dalí, it is possible for anyone to become more creative than they already are and to practice creativity. To be more creative, you have to understand a bit about the creative process. Creativity is using our imaginations or original ideas, especially in the production of artistic work. It’s also about making something new or making connections between seemingly disparate ideas or concepts. In business, creativity is all about solving problems with specific requirements and constraints. Sometimes we use creativity to break out of a rut, sometimes just to feel inspired. Are you trying to solve a problem, get unstuck, or are you just hoping to find something interesting to occupy your time? The answer to these questions should influence your approach to creativity, because your specific reason for wanting to be creative affects the nature of the creative process........

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

What Forms of Creativity Turn You On?

What Forms of Creativity Turn You On? | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

It’s no secret: creativity is sexy. People all over the world rank creativity as a highly desirable quality in a partner, and people who are creative across a variety of fields report more sexual partners (similar results have been found in specific fields such as visual art, music, and humor).

But are all forms of creativity equally attractive? According to evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller, creative displays in humans are analogous to the peacock’s tail: they serve the function of attracting mates by serving as indicators of mental fitness (cognitive functioning and personality). Extending this argument, personality psychologist Gregory Feist made a key distinction between applied/technological displays of creativity (seen in modern domains of technology, science, and engineering), and ornamental/aesthetic displays of creativity (seen in modern domains of art, music, and other aesthetic domains). According to Feist, ornamental/aesthetic forms of creativity– which play on our evolved perceptual functions and evoke strong emotions in the perceiver– were shaped primarily by sexual selection pressures and are therefore more likely to receive a sexual response than applied/technological forms of creativity.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Das ist typisch: Klassische und neue Modelle für den Innovationsprozess

Das ist typisch: Klassische und neue Modelle für den Innovationsprozess | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Auf welche Weise dies geschehen kann, beschreiben Innovations-Prozessmodelle. Ideen finden und bewerten, konzipieren, Produkt entwickeln, testen, an den Markt bringen und vertreiben: Diese oder ähnliche Schritte gibt es in jedem Innovationsprojekt. 2006 teilte Dr. Norbert Lühring Innovationsprozesse in vier Grundtypen ein. Sie unterscheiden sich danach, welche Übergabe- und Kontrollpunkte es wann und wo gibt und wie die Informationen fließen........

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Unser Hirn: Keine Kreativität ohne Fleiß

Unser Hirn: Keine Kreativität ohne Fleiß | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Wer glaubt, dass ohne Mühe, Erfahrung und harte Arbeit die Kreativität in Kunst, Musik, Literatur, Arbeitswelt und Wirtschaft von selbst kommt, der irre sich. Das betonten Kreativitätsforscher bei einer Tagung in Salzburg. Anleitungen zur Kreativitätsförderung würden oft völlig falsche Hoffnungen wecken, sagen Experten. Das hat der Grazer Psychologe und Neurowissenschaftler Andreas Fink auch bei dieser Tagung in Salzburg betont. Der häufige Tipp, entspannt auf Küsse der Musen zu warten, sei eine Irreführung, sagt Fink. Auch für die Kreativität in Musik, Kunst, Kultur, Wirtschaft, Technik und vielen anderen Bereichen gelte: „Ohne Fleiß kein Preis“........

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Kreativität und Innovation im Fußball: Warum Jogis Jungs Weltmeister wurden

Alle vier Jahre erweist sich die Fußballweltmeisterschaft als ein Schaulaufen der Weltstars. Spieler wie Beckenbauer, Maradona oder Zidane waren die prägenden und für die jeweilige Weltmeistermannschaft unersetzlichen Spieler, die Genies und unumstrittenen Herrscher auf dem Platz – die Hochbegabten vergangener Jahre. Auch die WM 2014 hat solche hochbegabten Ausnahmekönner gesehen (Neymar und Lionel Messi), die sich durch ihre virtuose Ballbehandlung auszeichnen. Interessanterweise fehlt jedoch in der deutschen Weltmeistermannschaft ein solcher Virtuose.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Nachhaltige Innovationskultur: der Umgang mit „Verändern und Bewahren“ in der Führungsarbeit | Heinz Peter Wallner

Nachhaltige Innovationskultur: der Umgang mit „Verändern und Bewahren“ in der Führungsarbeit | Heinz Peter Wallner | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Unsere Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft befinden sich in einer instabilen Phase. Es wird viele überraschende Entwicklungen geben, viele „schwarze Schwäne“, positive wie negative, die unsere Bestrebungen nach Innovationen zusätzlich anreichern und erheblich komplexer machen. Jedenfalls sind wir derzeit der sinnvollen Planbarkeit über längere Zeiträume beraubt. Der Umgang mit dem Unerwarteten, mit den Überraschungen der Zeit, wird schnell zur wichtigsten Führungskompetenz aufsteigen. Diejenigen, die sich im Umgang mit ganzheitlichen Veränderungen trainieren und die schnell auf neue Anforderungen reagieren können, werden auf die Überholspur wechseln. Die Treiber der Effizienz und der Optimierung werden sich an erfolgreiche Zeiten bald nur mehr vage erinnern können. Hier skizziere ich einige erste Ansatzpunkte für vier wichtige Kompetenzen, die Sie als Leader entwickeln sollten........

Thomas Menk's insight:

Managementberater und Buchautor Dr. Heinz Peter Wallner beschäftigt sich mit der Zukunft der Wirtschaft und dem Design komplexer Veränderungsprozesse in Unternehmen, Bewusstseinsentwicklung und Corporate Sustainability. Ein von mir sehr geschätzter Vordenker und Managementvisionär.

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Teaching Innovation and Problem Solving

Teaching Innovation and Problem Solving | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Business leaders are calling for workers who can solve problems and innovate solutions, but how can educators teach such abstract skills? After all, isn't every problem unique? Doesn't every solution differ? Yes. But the fundamental tools of problems solving are common to all situations, and they can be taught. The two most important mental tools are critical thinking and creative thinking.


Critical thinking is convergent. It focuses intently on a topic, paying careful attention to logic and rules. Critical thinking breaks a subject into its parts and investigates how the parts relate to each other: categorizing, sequencing, comparing, ranking. It is in-the-box thinking.


Creative thinking is divergent. It sees a topic as a whole and imagines it as an analogy for something else: envisioning, improvising, riffing, wondering. Creative thinking reaches out to explore possibilities and defies convention and rules. It is out-of-the-box thinking.......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

5 Ways to Keep Creativity Flowing When You Feel Uninspired

5 Ways to Keep Creativity Flowing When You Feel Uninspired | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

 Ways to Keep Creativity Flowing When You Feel Uninspired. Prevent loss of inspiration to create or for writing with the 5 steps & by developing your intuition

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Measuring Creativity - the Last Windmill?

Measuring Creativity - the Last Windmill? | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

James C. Kaufman is a Professor of Educational Psychology in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. The president of the American Psychological Association’s Division 10 (Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts), he is the author/editor of more than two dozen books and 200 papers, mostly about creativity. Driving Question:  Is the measurement of creativity the last windmill? .....

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Creativity works in mysterious and often paradoxical ways. Creative thinking is a stable, defining characteristic in some personalities, but it may also change based on situation and context. Inspiration and ideas often arise seemingly out of nowhere and then fail to show up when we most need them, and creative thinking requires complex cognition yet is completely distinct from the thinking process. Neuroscience paints a complicated picture of creativity. As scientists now understand it, creativity is far more complex than the right-left brain distinction would have us think (the theory being that left brain = rational and analytical, right brain = creative and emotional). In fact, creativity is thought to involve a number of cognitive processes, neural pathways and emotions, and we still don't have the full picture of how the imaginative mind works. And psychologically speaking, creative personality types are difficult to pin down, largely because they're complex, paradoxical and tend to avoid habit or routine. And it's not just a stereotype of the "tortured artist" -- artists really may be more complicated people. Research has suggested that creativity involves the coming together of a multitude of traits, behaviors and social influences in a single person.....

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

Lügen kurbelt die Kreativität an

Lügen kurbelt die Kreativität an | Kreativitätsdenken | Scoop.it

Durch Schummeln zur Schöpferkraft: Wer trickst und betrügt, wird einfallssreicher. Das gilt nicht nur für das Erfinden von Lügen, sondern auch für das Lösen alltäglicher, kreativer Aufgaben. Lug und Betrug kitzeln Kreativität aus den Menschen. Ja, wirklich: Wer etwa seinen Partner von außerehelichen Abenteuern ablenken oder arglose Anleger um Geld erleichtern will, der muss ständig neue Nebelkerzen werfen. Je höher das errichtete Lügengebäude wächst, desto wackeliger wird es auch. Das fordert Ideen und Einfälle, um den Betrug mit neuen Manövern, Tricks und Täuschungen aufrecht zu halten. Insofern klingt es sofort einleuchtend, was die Psychologen Francesca Gino von der Universität Harvard und Scott Wiltermuth von der University of Southern California im Fachjournal Psychological Science (online) berichten: Wer bei der Lösung einer Aufgabe schummelt, der erzielt in anschließenden Kreativitätstests tatsächlich bessere Leistungen......

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Thomas Menk
Scoop.it!

10 Schritte zu mehr Kreativität in Deinem Leben

Kreativität ist die schöpferische Fähigkeit, Neues zu erschaffen. Im Gegensatz zu vielen anderen Fähigkeiten und wichtigen Aufgaben ist Kreativität absolut unverzichtbar und vor allem nicht delegierbar. Kreativität ist das Fundament für unzählige Dinge in unserem Alltag und Leben. Grund genug, um diese 10 Schritte zu beherzigen!

more...
No comment yet.