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We' ve got a thousand books on creativity and invention. I am an innovator and writer with a brief book review that I would like to commend to executives and business people who need to stimulate their creativity. This are my previous favourites (in alphabetic order): 1. the Accidental Creativ by Todd Henry.
It' a fast but fun way to get your head around generating great-looking, bright reading. Whilst creativity is not the main theme, this volume is full of insight into how to develop a carreer or deal around your creation. This is a handbook on how world-class scientists and imaginative minds work together for creativity.
Creativity from Tom Kelley and David Kelley. We often do not have to enhance our creativity. Instead, we must strengthen our trust in our capacity to have ingenuity. The creativity of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. It is one of the first and still one of the best scientifically founded books on the creation processes.
This is an all-access passport in one of the most productive and imaginative entertainment venues in the world. Good brainstorms don't come into their own. Scott Belsky's Making Idea bite. It' not enough to have an idea. They have to be implemented, and Belsky shows us how to combine creativity with productiveness.
David Burkus' creativity legends. Inventiveness is a collective achievement. Convincingly, Pink argues that creativity is the only thing that cannot be swapped out and provides a guideline for the development of ours. Scott Barry Kaufman et Carolyn Gregoire. It is an empire view of the things that make things different for high-creativity.
He is one of the world's leading creativity scholars, but this is not a research workbook. Instead, it is a handy card of the creation that anyone can use. However, if you are looking for well-researched but useful insight, this is the right thing for you.