True ingenuity needs structure, hard analysis, and bold brainstorming. While focusing on business creativity, the principles in this book apply anywhere change is needed and will be of interest to anyone seeking to reinvent herself. Second, probe the possible: Reexamine the world, not so that you can determine the right answers but so that you can ask the right questions. Sticking to old ways of thinking is the death of progress. And it will be fun. Bab atau subbab tidak ada artinya. The company opened its door to a host of opportunities.
There are good examples throughout, and I liked the fictional video game company they used to guide through the process. It has always made buggy whips. Don't assume that anything about your company will stay the same in the future. This book is a must-read for people living and working in today's competitive environment. Next, you need to look around and consider your options.
No good idea is good forever. According to Luc De Brabandere and Alan Iny, strategic consultants at The Boston Consulting Group, there is one fundamental flaw in thinking in this manner: It is difficult! The authors also map out a process and use case studies to demonstrate how the process works. From Inspiration to Innovation: Building Bold New Boxes -- and Then Filling Them In -- Nine. It is tricky to determine which of your many boxes to think outside of 3. I was given a review copy of this ebook by Random House Publishing Group and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
The solutions at this stage are still qualitative and conceptual; quantitative examination and details of design need to be made at the later stage. I particularly enjoyed their approach to using scenarios to help a business get out of its own way. Creativity is paramount if you are to thrive in a time of accelerating change. The Analogical Thinking has neither reliable guideline for finding appropriate hints nor clear ways for the abstraction and concretization processes; thus it stays at the naive stage of intuition and feeling. Do not denigrate any idea, no matter how strange it sounds.
This book is a must-read for people living and working in today's competitive environment. One should better set various Real-World constraints aside for a while during the Creative Problem Solving activities in order to think as flexibly and creatively as possible. First of all, doubt everything about your company but not to the point of paralysis. Instead of talking in broad, vague concepts, it gets to practical matters right away. This book is amazing, It went in depth explanation of how to approach your problems, opportunities and people around you. Isaac Asimov said The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka! Probe the Possible -- Five. We first find or select a model as a hint, then try to extract some common nature in the model and in our specific problem, and to adopt good points of the hint to build our solution to the problem.
This is Thinking in New Boxes. One of the best business books I've read in a long time. A well thought out approach and a hands-down, must read for anyone tirelessly in pursuit of achieving success in an ever evolving and rapidly changing global business ecosystem. This is Thinking in New Boxes. This is the discipline of sustainable creativity. Generate many new and exciting ideas, even if they seem absurd. The concrete case A is now used as a hint.
Includes bibliographical references and index New Boxes for a New Reality -- How to Create and Use Boxes -- Doubt Everything -- Probe the Possible -- Diverge -- Converge -- Reevaluate Relentlessly -- From Inspiration to Innovation: Building Bold New Boxes, and Then Filling Them In -- Imagining the Future -- A New Beginning: How to Custom-Fit the Five Steps to Your Situation Outlines a new model of practical creativity that challenges business professionals to evaluate customers, goals, and companies in engaging alternative ways, explaining how to develop strategies for effective and adaptive business environments. Oh, they thought they did, uh. However, the overall process i. One of the best business books I've read in a long time. Moreover, the book has a set of note-worthy examples and interesting exercises to understand each and every step of the framework. But as is to be expected, they do have few white board fodder strewed throughout. No idea is a good idea forever.
Consider that German psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer has argued extensively on how heuristics play a role in decision making. The authors say themselves in telling the story that Fosbury forced himself to experiment with different techniques. First, doubt everything: Step away from your comfort zone and challenge your perceptions and prejudices. Your company makes buggy whips. Sticking to old ways of thinking is the death of progress. This book is a must-read for people living and working in today's competitive environment.
First of all, doubt everything about your company but not to the point of paralysis. Worse than that, a primary example used to drive this home was Dick Fosbury's innovative high jump technique and the doubt that others had until he won gold. On one hand we use the representation of processes e. The authors define the words they use often in a way that makes sense and the examples provided for their theories and explanations are very understandable. Such contents do not come from the models in knowledge bases or textbooks as suggested in Fig. Characteristic nature or uniqueness in Space and in Time is analyzed.