Most of us associate creativity with painting a picture, writing a novel or other expressions of art. While these are are indeed examples of creative acts, creativity isn’t just a skill or trait only attributed to artists. Scientists can be creative. Business leaders can be creative. Teachers can be creative. Anyone can be creative.
With the rise of technological automation and the so call “Imagination Age”, the number of jobs that require creativity are on the rise. Even more, the act of creative expression can be a very fulfilling experience and one that brings true happiness.
This module will explore what creativity is and why it’s a key component of the innovation process. Furthermore, we will identify strategies on how we can improve our creative abilities.