Creativity has been described as the tendency to generate or recognise ideas, alternatives, and possibilities that may be useful for solving problems, communicating with others, and entertaining people. Human civilization has been built, and rebuilt, time and time again, through the creativity of individuals. Almost every aspect of modern life, from consumer products to systems of governance, is the result of human creativity.
Creative thinking is the mechanism by which we imagine the world as we want it to be and devise the methods to make that world a tangible reality. As humanity marches steadily on into the future, with all its challenges and opportunities, creativity will remain the key to success in every endeavor. The advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution has accelerated the need to cultivate creative thought across the board, because creative thought cannot be automated, or replaced, by machines. The future workplace is going to demand new ways of thinking, and human creativity is the key to it.
Our Innovative and Creative Thinking course takes team members through the development of a concept from inception to implementation. Whether a team is newly formed or well-established, every individual will benefit from this course.