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Creativity Methods for Team Leaders Course

Course Overview

Big Think’s curriculum on creativity methods helps leaders challenge the status quo and use innovative approaches to execute ideas that are created by your team. This will help your organization meet increasing industry demands, and achieve greater efficiency and productivity.

“There are many key skills that make up an innovative company. And these skills and behaviors I think are important for people to know… The first is strategic imagination. And what I mean by that is dreaming with purpose. There are a lot of companies that are strategic, there are a lot of companies that are creative, but there are very few that have the blend of both. So you need dreaming with purpose and we call that strategic imagination.” — Lisa Bodell, Make Room for Innovation: Key Characteristics of Innovative Companies

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Core Features:


  • Video lessons that provide the tools and practice to increase the creativity demonstrated by your organization
  • Private, structured self-reflection questions
  • Missions (step-by-step processes by which the leader applies the concepts to evoke creativity in his or her colleagues)
  • Guided peer-to-peer discussions grouped by professional level
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Case Study Modules:

Create the Conditions for Innovation: The organizational climate must be right for creativity to thrive. In this module, you will explore methods for supporting innovative thinking, risk-taking, and collaboration.

Embrace Creative Destruction — Team Exercises: Growing companies succeed by evolving as markets change. In this module, learn specific techniques for helping your team kill outmoded ideas, products, and systems so that new projects can thrive.

Balance Creativity and Process: Innovation takes both dreamers and doers. Learn to harness both personality types by striking a critical balance between idea generation and pragmatic execution.

Approach Problems from New Angles: New problems present new opportunities. Learn to tackle problem-solving with ambitious thinking that challenges previously held assumptions.

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