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Creativity and information.

Creativity and information.

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Published by M S Sridhar
In Deccan Herald, December 6, 2007, DH Education - p III.
Explores the relation of information to creativity explaining the ways in which creative persons handle information. Creative persons not only consume lot of information, but also know how to face information overload and how to selectively disown to free their creative minds from cluttered notions and assumptions. They are clearly different from others in their information seeking behaviour. They suspend their judgement even when information on hand demands and they tolerate ambiguity in information. They look for opportunities in contradictions, exceptions and apparent disorders and challenge the assumptions. They go beyond their specilisation in seeking information by hanging loose and extending their span of attention. By doing so they tend to have cross fertilisation of ideas and avail serendipitous value of accidental encounters of useful information. Reading is a stimulus for creative thinkers. They don’t wait for information, but keep working with preparedness to undergo hardship. Their values, at times, may be at loggerheads with employed organisations. They endure self acquired knowledge and education with high degree of self confidence
In Deccan Herald, December 6, 2007, DH Education - p III.
Explores the relation of information to creativity explaining the ways in which creative persons handle information. Creative persons not only consume lot of information, but also know how to face information overload and how to selectively disown to free their creative minds from cluttered notions and assumptions. They are clearly different from others in their information seeking behaviour. They suspend their judgement even when information on hand demands and they tolerate ambiguity in information. They look for opportunities in contradictions, exceptions and apparent disorders and challenge the assumptions. They go beyond their specilisation in seeking information by hanging loose and extending their span of attention. By doing so they tend to have cross fertilisation of ideas and avail serendipitous value of accidental encounters of useful information. Reading is a stimulus for creative thinkers. They don’t wait for information, but keep working with preparedness to undergo hardship. Their values, at times, may be at loggerheads with employed organisations. They endure self acquired knowledge and education with high degree of self confidence

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Published by: M S Sridhar on Dec 21, 2007
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