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- Alex Faickney Osborn
- Unlocking Your Creative Power: How to Use Your Imagination to Brighten Life, to Get Ahead
- Your Creative Power: How to Use Your Imagination to Brighten Life, to Get Ahead
But what happens to those ideas? Do they become profitable innovations? Creativity —generating ideas—is relatively easy. Innovation —putting them to work—is far more difficult.
Alex Faickney Osborn
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Unlocking Your Creative Power: How to Use Your Imagination to Brighten Life, to Get Ahead
The purpose of this book is to present the principles and procedures of creative thinking. Chapters included are, the all importance of imagination, indispensability of creativity in science. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating b Du kanske gillar. Meditations Marcus Aurelius E-bok.
Your Creative Power: How to Use Your Imagination to Brighten Life, to Get Ahead
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By Alex Osborn. Civilization, itself, is the product of creative thinking. In some centuries, his imagination has made life on this planet an intense practice of all the lovelier energies. Doctor James Harvey Robinson went even further, saying: "Were it not for slow, painful, and constantly discouraged creative effort , man would be no more than a species of primate living on seeds, fruit, roots, and uncooked flesh. No one will ever know to whom we should erect monuments for such indispensable discoveries as the use of fire.
Osborn claimed that brainstorming was more effective than individuals working alone in generating ideas, although more recent research has questioned this qgmt.