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About the Course

In today’s ever-growing and changing world, being able to think creatively and innovatively are essential skills. It can sometimes be challenging to step back and reflect in an environment which is fast paced or when you are required to assimilate large amounts of information. Making sense of or communicating new ideas in an innovative and engaging way, approaching problems from fresh angles, and producing novel solutions are all traits which are highly sought after by employers. This course will equip you with a ‘tool-box’, introducing you to a selection of behaviours and techniques that will augment your innate creativity. Some of the tools are suited to use on your own and others work well for a group, enabling you to leverage the power of several minds. You can pick and choose which of these tools or techniques suit your needs and interests, focusing on some or all of the selected approaches and in the order that fits best for you. The practical approach of this course enables you to acquire an essential skill-set for generating ideas, with plenty of: - Fun e-tivities and exercises; - Practical lectures and tips; - Video representations of the techniques in action. By the end of this course you should be able to: - Pick a type of brainstorming you think will be useful to apply to a challenge - Use alphabet brainstorming in tackling a challenge - Use grid brainstorming in tackling a challenge - Use a morphological chart to synthesise a solution to a challenge - Use the TRIZ contradiction matrix to identify recommended inventive principles - Apply SCAMPER to a range of challenges The greatest innovators aren’t necessarily the people who have the most original idea. Often, they are people- or teams- that have harnessed their creativity to develop a new perspective or more effective way of communicating an idea. You can train your imagination to seize opportunities, break away from routine and habit, and tap into your natural creativity. Join this course and our community of practitioners in CREATIVITY!...

Top reviews

Jul 22, 2020

Amazing to find out that I have been using the Six thinking Hats tool all my adult life and I wasn't even aware of its existence! As an Event Manager, I would definitely be applying many of the tools.

May 29, 2020

I enjoyed this course right from the start. The videos are relatable and exciting as so were the reading exercises to get a better knowledge of how to think and easy, fast steps to get to those ideas.

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By Khaja N I A

May 24, 2020

A course to boost confidence.

By Mayur S

May 17, 2020

Very good material and course

By Dr S K S

Apr 21, 2020

Great & Knowledgeable Content

By Sapna G

Oct 16, 2020

It really helps in all field

By Badr B

Jul 5, 2020

Really good and mind opening

By A S

May 22, 2020

copmplicated but interesting

By Rathish R

May 16, 2020

Structured and Well defined.

By Md F

Apr 15, 2020


By Divyanshu C -

Apr 13, 2020

The course was very helpful❤


Jul 3, 2020

veryyyyyyy excellent course

By Atul M

May 6, 2020

Really enjoyed this course.

By Yuvraj k

Nov 14, 2020

My experience was great...

By Azasi C

Oct 4, 2020

Very good course to study.


Apr 23, 2020

simple yet valuable course


Apr 15, 2020

Thanks for the opportunity

By Mohamed S

Jul 14, 2020

The course was Excellent

By Anandkrishna J

Jul 2, 2020

Very informative course.

By Ananya R

May 18, 2020

There is a great course!

By Abid A

Apr 20, 2020

Very informative course.

By Shafira D

Jan 5, 2021

thank you so much!!!!!!


Dec 16, 2020

This course is amazing.

By Sekar V

Jun 9, 2020

had a great experience.

By Laurence N

May 24, 2020

This is a great course!

By Paramanandan P C

May 12, 2020

Absolutely enlightening

By Muhammad S B n

May 12, 2020

The way we should think