Category Archives: decisions

Decision Fatigue, does it interfere with creativity?

Is it possible that decision fatigue influences people’s willingness to engage in creativity and innovation?  In what ways might decision fatigue impact the quality or quantity of new ideas generated/sought or new decisions made?  Read on… from Do You Suffer … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street? September 17th? Social Unrest Solutions 1 + 2

Social Unrest Solution 1 Plans for occupying financial districts in New York, Madrid, Milan, London, Paris and San Francisco on Sept 17, 2011 were announced in Adbusters this morning.  People are being asked to bring tents and simple kitchens and … Continue reading

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Which Creative Problem Solving Model Do You Use?

Do you offer creativity services? Do you teach or facilitate individuals and groups to get new ideas and make new decisions? People who do often know the value of creative thinking and how anyone can develop their creative skills by … Continue reading

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What does creativity mean to you, your boss, your clients?

The chart below, drawn from research done by the American Association of School Administrators and Americans for the Arts, shows the difference between how employers and school superintendents interpret what creativity means. How do you understand creativity?  Is it the … Continue reading

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Every decision you make is the best one. True?

People are more likely to second guess their decisions when tired and stressed. When phrases such as, ‘would have’, ‘could have’, or ‘should have’ are used, it adds to the stress and lowers self esteem. In turn it negatively influences … Continue reading

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