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Imagineering at work September 14, 2006

Posted by Joey Valdez in Ideas!.
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MyiBoardMost of us in the working world have heard the term “think out of the box” many times, because we are asked – implicitly or explicitly – to apply this principle in our work all the time. Rather than get foolishly frustrated by the lack of team creativity, organizations should provide visual cues in the work place to help people generate innovative ideas as well as provide an atmosphere that fosters creativity. People can be taught to be more creative, and the best way is to make it a daily habit. An iBoard (ideas, inspiration, or imagination?), where people can regularly post and share materials – from photos and magazine clippings to lists of words and websites, as well as personal observations, experiences and stories – could help stimulate creative thinking in groups and individuals. That way, people get excited about that next brainstorming session, which translate to more and better ideas generated.

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