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W13 – Four Strategies of Inventive Thinking

Sunday, April 6, 2014
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
, Head, Learning & Curriculum Support, McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph

Responding creatively to problems is critical to success, yet many people don’t know how to start. What can you do to overcome the status quo and identify exciting new directions? This active learning workshop highlights four simple strategies which lead to more inventive thinking: exploration, observation, investigation, and visualization. Learn tips and techniques that you can use to teach your library to be more creative. By making innovation a more deliberate and pervasive part of your organization, you’ll be amazed at how you can generate ideas more quickly, boost overall productivity, and build high-performing teams. It’s time to regain your creative confidence.






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