Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Practical Creativity: When Innovation Is Essential (CCL's Leading Effectively e-Newsletter)

[March 2004 - Center for Creative Leadership' Monday Morning Tools: Practical Creativity] Most of us think creativity and practicality are at odds with one another ?4 especially in the workplace. But now is the time to change your view and learn about targeted innovation. Today's organizations, large and small, are under extreme financial and competitive pressures. But rather than pursuing novel, innovative approaches to their challenges, they often default to making minor changes or "safe" decisions. "Targeted innovation is one way to break out of typical decision-making routines and develop practical, yet creative, ideas and solutions," according to CCL's Stan Gryskiewicz, who has spent his career developing practical approaches to creativity in organizations. More

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