Creativity is the no. 1. skill of the future. Here is how to boost it by thinking inside the box.
The rise of artificial intelligence equals a race for creative intelligence – it’s time to start boosting your grey matter. In this briefing, we will address the problem of creative restraints in daily work life due to restrictions, rules and silos and give some advice and exercises to boost your creativity while still thinking inside the box. We will touch upon the neuroscience of creativity and otherwise mainly focus on practical exercises stretching your creative muscle – just as we will debunk the myth, that you (or your job function) are not creative! Why is creativity important to you? Because when you’re being creative, you can see the hidden patterns, make connections between things that aren’t normally related, and come up with new ideas.
This briefing is for everyone eager to take a sizeable head start into future competencies by developing a creative mindset through hands-on exercises that you’ll be able to implement right away – no matter job function, organizational layer or company.
- You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the importance of creativity
- You’ll learn some creative ice-breakers for you to use both in your professional and your private life
- You’ll learn how being creative improves your everyday life and well being
- You’’ll learn how to be creative within creative constraints
NB: This briefing will be held in English.
Visuals by Innovation Lab is the visual department in Innovation Lab (surprise). With a mission to add life to our many customer’s ideas and digital solutions, Visuals use a combination of sketching, color-technique, graphic design and animations in order to turn concepts into tangible products. Visuals do solo-projects, but – just as often – collaborate with other departments in Innovation Lab around visualizing complex data, sketching ideas at sprints and hackathons and explaining new services and products in a simple, informative way.