A PRESENTATION ON

³CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING & INNOVATION´

Presented byNigam Singh Rahul Pandey Anshu Pandey

Agenda of discussionCreative Problem Solving Creativity Problem Types of Problem Creative Problem Solving Process Innovation Definition Forms of Innovation Types of Innovation Sources of Innovation Creativity Techniques Brainstorming Heuristics Synectics Value Analysis .

It brings to our awareness what was previously hidden and points to new life.|Creativity| ³Creativity is an act.´ | Creativity requires passion and commitment. or a deviation from a norm. |Problem| It is simply a perceived gap between the existing state and a desired state. idea. . standard or status. or product that changes an existing domain or that transform an existing domain into a new one.´ | OR | ³Creativity is the discovery of something that is novel but also useful or relevant or economical or valuable.

Insight Problem. 5. 3.Types of Problem1. . 4. Fuzzy Problem. Vicious Problem. Wicked Problem. One Right Answer Problem. 2.

It always involve creativity. The problem may be any of a number of situation or needs.´ .´ | OR | ³Creative problem solving is a method of finding innovative approach for problem resolution. It is special form of problem solving in which the solution is independently created rather than learned with assistance.|Creative Problem Solving| ³Creative problem solving is the mental process of creating a solution to problem.

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Agenda of discussionCreative Problem Solving Creativity Problem Types of Problem Creative Problem Solving Process Innovation Definition Forms of Innovation Types of Innovation Sources of Innovation Creativity Techniques Brainstorming Heuristics Synectics Value Analysis .

. Some techniques require group of two or more people while other techniques can be accomplished alone.|Creative Problem Solving Techniques| Creativity techniques are methods that encourage original thoughts and divergent thinking. | Creativity techniques can be used to develop a new materials for artistic purposes or to solve problem.

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. | The four basic rules of brainstorming are as under1. No criticism is allowed. 4. Quantity is desirable.|Brainstorming is a group creativity technique designed to generate a large numbers of ideas for the solution of a problem. Freewheeling is always welcome. 3. 2. Combination and improvement are sought from the members. | This method was firstly popularized by Alex Faickney Osborn in a book called ³Applied Imagination´.

intuitive judgments or simply common sense. learning and discovery. | Heuristic are educated guesses.|Heuristic| It is an adjective for experience based technique that help in problem. | Heuristic are based on trial & error. | . A heuristic method is particularly used to rapidly come to a solution that is hoped to be close to the best possible answer or optimal solution.

. Personal Analogy. 3.|Synectics| Synectics is a technique developed by ³Gordon´ for improving creative problem solving. problem are defined by ³making the strange familiar. 4. 2. | In synectics. Direct Analogy. The word synectics means joining together different and apparently unconnected or irrelevant elements.´ | Synectics uses four types of metaphors1. Symbolic Analogy. Fantasy Analogy.

. issues relating to the function of product or services .|Value Analysis| Value analysis is a cost reduction and problem solving technique that analyses an existing product or services in order to reduce or eliminate any cost that do not contribute to value or performance.looking at the properties that make it work. | Value analysis usually focuses on design. or which are unique selling points.

Agenda of discussionCreative Problem Solving Creativity Problem Types of Problem Creative Problem Solving Process Innovation Definition Forms of Innovation Types of Innovation Sources of Innovation Creativity Techniques Brainstorming Heuristics Synectics Value Analysis .

´ | ³Innovation is Heart & Soul of entrepreneurship. application of new method of production. creation of new markets.´ . It include introduction of new products.|Innovation| ³Innovation implies doing new things or doing of things that are already being done in a new way. discovery of new and better sources of raw materials and developing a new and better form of industrial organization.

3) The introduction of new methods of production. 5) The carrying out of the new form of organization of any industry. 2) The introduction of new goods. .|Forms of Innovation1) The opening of a new market. 4) The consequence of a new source of supply of raw material.

4) Synthesis . 3) Duplication. 2) Extension.Types of Innovation1) Innovation.

3) Demographic changes. 5) Knowledge based concept. . 2) Industry and market changes.|Sources of Innovation1) Process needs. 4) Perceptual changes.

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