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How to paradox your solution?

Many leaders talk about creating disruptive innovation but only few are able explain to you where to start and how to do it. Imagine you are managing a team of 5-10 people. The top management is pushing you to come up with something new, something…


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Innovate services with SCAMPER

What is it? SCAMPER is a check-list of questions fostering creative thinking. Some questions were created by Alex Osborn, so called “father of brainstorming”, and then organized into this mnemonic by Bob Eberle. S(Substitute)+C(Combine)+A(Adapt)+M(Magnify)+P(Put to another use)+E(Eliminate)+R(Reverse) How does it work? This method helps you…


6 Thinking Hats (and one theft) 5 Comments Read more »

6 Thinking Hats (and one theft)

02/6/2014 we organize Creative LAB Bratislava (in Slovak) on 6 Thinking Hats method used in teams conflicts. Find more information and registration link HERE. Six Thinking Hats is a creative method of individual or collective thinking developed by Edward de Bono. It is based on…


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Adams’ swimming pool puzzle – solution

Of course this puzzle could have several solutions. When this question was asked to a group of children, they suggested that Adams family could: – enlarge the swimming pool and keep trees where they are on the small islands – make the swimming pool twice deeper…


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Adams’ swimming pool puzzle

Adams’ family has a square swimming pool. At each corner there is a tree. As the family has many members, they wish to enlarge their swimming pool and make it 2 times bigger. But they wish to keep square size and at the same time…


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