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Creativity + Innovation 1.3Kevin Popovi, B.A., M.S.

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + Innovation

Creativity and innovation are integral to an organizations ability to survive and thrive in todays competitive marketplace.

This course provides students with an understanding of how creativity and innovation can be facilitated and managed in a work setting.

Students will learn about theoretical conceptualizations of creativity and innovation as well as practical applications involved in fostering creativity and innovation in the workplace.

Students will be expected to play an active role in learning through class exercises, class discussions, and dialogue with guest speakers, and presentations about real (or planned) innovations in organizations. 1

CourseKey

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationPlease check-in.

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Creativity + Innovation AbroadMGT 353 Prague, Czech Republic Summer 2016 Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + Innovation

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Session 1.3WelcomeRoll, Admin, Q&APlay A GameQuiz Chapter 2

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Entrepreneurship + Technology + InnovationCreative ProfileQuizShanghai TangDiscussionAssignment

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Human Machine.Multiple people. One purpose. Kevin Popovi, SDSU

Creativity + Innovation

Game: Pick 3 students, explain game Is to make machine motion + sound, class guess answeres until they are correct, give them 60 seconds to figure it out GO!

What is the purpose?

To playTo break down barriers.To show this is a safe place

Who feels a little more relaxed than they did before the game?5

Chapter 2 of Creativity, Inc. Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationQuiz: Becoming Creatively Fit

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Chapter 2 of Creativity, Inc. Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationBecoming Creatively Fit

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Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + Innovation

To successfully call on motivation, curiosity and fear, making breaking connections, and evaluation you can practice and exercise in those dynamics, just like an athlete.

With practice and exercise, you can improve the ability, confidence, and strengths youll need to put the dynamics into play.

We practice with words every day how far have your words advanced in the last two years? What has contributed to this advancement, confidence, application?

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To thine own self be true. Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationDeveloping A Creative Profile

Sun Tsu, The Art of War: Know thy enemy, know yourself.

I am my own worst enemy.

To thine own self be true.

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Understanding the Creative ProfileForces Against Creativity

ImitationConformityNeed to CompleteAcceptance of Fixed RolesParalysis from Analysis

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Entrepreneurship + Technology + InnovationPotential Value

Way to LearnReduces FrictionTime-responsiveOrganizational StructureAnalysis Provides Rationale

Understanding the Creative ProfileForces Against Creativity

ImitationConformityNeed to CompleteAcceptance of Fixed RolesParalysis from Analysis

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Entrepreneurship + Technology + InnovationPotential Damage

Can Become HabitDont Create. Copy.No NurturingExtrinsic, Not IntrinsicSame Process, Same Result

Develop a Creative ProfileMotivationCuriosityManagement of Fear and StressConnection Breaking

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Entrepreneurship + Technology + InnovationConnection MakingCreative Evaluation CapabilitySelf-ConfidenceAbility to Innovate

Motivation: Intrinsic or Extrinsic? Do you know what you want in life? What is your special purpose?

Curiosity: Do you allow yourself time to explore your interests? DO you learn daily? Have fun? Are you satisfied? Do you want more?

Management of Fear and Stress: Are you able to manage fear and stress in yoru life? Does anxiety overtake you? Are you able to share your fears in a humorous light?

Connection Breaking: Can you accept when things dont work? Can you be wrong? When is wrong acceptable? Can you be silly? Can you tolerate ambiguity, the unknown?

Connection Making: Do you enjoy new ideas, the unknown? Others ideas? Can you create absurd ideas at will?

Class Exercise: Write down what you want to be when you grow up? Write down 5 things you will be able to do when you reach this goal.

Creative Evaluation Capability: Can you identify merit in ideas? Others ideas? Do ideas have good parts, bad parts? Can you like an idea even if you dont think it will work?

Self-Confidence: Can you find answers to problems you dont know anything about yet? Are you creative? Tell me why (self-confidence) I should think you are creative. Can you listen to criticism without it creating fear?

Ability to Innovate: Can you get others to follow your ideas? Can you accept a compromised idea? Can you identify and idea and get an idea to work?

----- Meeting Notes (9/3/15 21:26) -----Note: Provide this as a document for students to complete to reduce how much thinking they need to format. Some didn't get assignment.

Share several in class to help others understand better, demonstrate how others are addressing, defining12

Class Exercise Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationDevelop Your Creative Profile

Exercise:

Draft a creative profile of yourself.Answer for each itemI will pick 5 students randomly to present to the class. (Test confidence in front of an audience)You have 5 minutes.

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Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationManaging Creativity at Shanghai TangHarvard Business Review

Class Quiz: Managing Creativity at Shanghai Tang

Discussion: Managing Creativity at Shanghai Tang, Harvard Business Review

In the Reader

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Managing Creativity at Shanghai TangOverviewIssuesOpportunitiesLessons Learned Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + Innovation

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Assignment

Kevin Popovi, SDSU Creativity + InnovationRead Chapter 3 of Creativity, Inc.Read, The Eureka HuntPrepare for Quiz

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