By Arthur B Van Gundy
Artistic challenge fixing (CPS) is a six-step strategy designed to aid humans systematically get to the bottom of nonroutine, ambiguous sorts of difficulties. simply because so much organizational difficulties are typically nonroutine, ability in utilizing CPS procedure can confer an important aggressive virtue. inventive challenge fixing offers education managers the data they should improve and train a direction on CPS. VanGundy presents an summary of the method, parts of the inventive weather had to foster CPS and leading edge pondering, inventive considering workouts designed to demonstrate particular CPS rules, and easy-to-follow descriptions of confirmed idea-generated equipment.
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Extra info for Creative Problem Solving: A Guide for Trainers and Management
Say or think whatever pops into your mind and write it down. Save your judgment for later. SUGGESTIONS FOR TRAINERS It is difficult to change the various climates within people, groups, and organizations. This is especially true when a climate involves factors conducive to creative thinking and problem solving. These factors are so deeply ingrained that most people are highly resistant to change. For most of us, changing the way we perceive and react to situations would require a major readjustment in our personalities—a feat that would be extremely difficult if not impossible.
Although some research suggests that groupthink may occur only with members low in dominant behavior (Callaway, Marriott & Esser, 1985), too much confidence in any group has the potential to make problem solving difficult. This is especially true for groups using CPS. Because creativity requires new viewpoints, all groups should seek out other viewpoints. Outsiders can offer new perspectives that can reduce some of the negative outcomes associated with cohesion. 8. Recognizes the value of ideas.
Improving upon creative climates is obviously not an easy task. Simply reading about some of the major factors involved will not be enough. Change will be more likely if you have a chance to analyze creative climate factors relevant to your situation and then devise a specific action plan for improving them. Conducting a discussion on creative climates. One way to introduce the topic of creative climates is to divide your class into groups of five or six people. Ask the groups to spend 10 or 15 minutes discussing the general nature of a creative climate and their definition of it.