To solve new problems, we must train ourselves to push our minds beyond our limited memory banks. One way to force yourself to think creatively is through crazy concept ideation.
Posts Tagged: Problem-Solving
Government leaders and policymakers need to add analogical thinking to their innovation quiver. At the core of analogical thinking is the ability to solve problems outside-in instead of inside-out.
How do you navigate a team to a sustainable agreement? This simple method will help.
Dealing with the “how” of creating an event that gets everyone engaged in co-creating a solution.
To get through the zone without losing the engagement of your team will take patience, planning, and persistence. Structuring the meetings to be more effective is a place to start.
After trying different approaches, I discovered a framework and techniques that improved my meeting outcomes and fostering of team collaboration.
Creative problem solving (CPS) is a method for creatively approaching a challenge to develop ideas and potential solutions to problems.
Problems come across our desks of all sizes and shapes. Some are easy to address and others are not. Here’s how you can tackle problem-solving.
It’s perhaps a cliché that many people say that their best ideas come to them in the shower. But it’s a place where we can put down the cell phones, computers and any other distractions and allow our brains to do something it does well.
Duality creates binary problems in a world whose outer edges extend well beyond the boundaries that duality offers. We can’t find solutions with our dualistic thinking. We can only create more problems. That’s why we need a third path.