Can Creativity Really Be Taught?

“Creativity” was named the most crucial factor for success in a survey of 1,500 executives across 33 industries conducted by IBM in 2010. And according to LinkedIn, “creative” is the most used buzzword in user profiles for the last two years.

According to FourSight, individuals each tend to gravitate toward one of four of these steps as their primary mode of thinking. Understanding which one of these four steps you most gravitate toward, according to them, can help you and your team strike a better balance:

Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor‘s insight:

Creativity doesn’t always come naturally. But do the classes, lists, and mantras really help?

See on www.fastcompany.com

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