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課程概述

Skill at discovering new ideas, and delivering them, may be one of the most important practical job skills, in today’s and tomorrow’s job market. Creativity is an acquired skill, one that improves with practice. This course aims to empower individuals who believe they have lost their innate creativity, because they, their employers or teachers prefer the three R's: replication, repetition and rote, to innovation. We show how to re-ignite rusty creative powers. During this course, you will learn proven tools, frameworks and concepts useful for discovery– generating an endless stream of new ideas implementing at least some of those ideas with skill and persistence, based on books and articles written by the instructors. In the first part of the course, you will learn a proven structured method for generating and implementing world-changing ideas known as ‘Zoom in, Zoom out, Zoom in’ that makes creativity more accessible to everyone. In the following weeks, you will learn practical proven tools useful for delivering ideas by employing the basic principles of business and management. You will practice the method, use it to tackle challenging real-world needs and produce a 2-3 minutes video presenting your idea. Course Learning Outcomes On successfully completing this four-week course, you will be able to: - Manage a process to generate an unending stream of creative ideas - Lead a process of innovation and implement ideas through all phases from discovery to delivery. - Apply creativity to a wide range of strategic management issues. - Solve problems with a high degree of innovation, creative thinking and risk taking. - Use and apply proven structured method for generating and implementing world-changing ideas known as ‘Zoom in, Zoom out, Zoom in’. - Develop and implement an innovation in your own practice. - Identify new and unfamiliar challenges and reflect on these challenges from a creative point of view, action they require and service they provide. - Demonstrate creative problem solving skills for defining, structuring and solving real world operations management problems....

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MD
2016年6月5日

Really excellent Course with the great educators. There's a lot that can be learned in this course and applicate in everyday life, especially if you are teacher who transferred knowledge to students.

AA
2016年10月15日

Creatively inspiring, great content to reflect and practice upon and great innovation spark, thanks to Prof. Shlomo Maital & Arie Ruttenberg for delivering this creative experience and knowledge.

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201 - Cracking the Creativity Code: Discovering Ideas 的 225 個評論(共 230 個)

創建者 CJ T

2016年3月7日

Although some aspects were repetitive, I do enjoy learning from the many stories of creative problem solving.

創建者 curie s

2020年8月24日

Content was structured and provided adequate stuffs to embark the creativity steeping stones.

創建者 Vijai K S

2016年2月14日

The course is over loaded with extremely long videos. Otherwise it is an excellent course.

創建者 Sergio R C V

2020年7月2日

It was a very usefull curse that changed my perspective on creativity

創建者 GLORIA F T

2019年7月12日

Brilliant tools for idea creation and well packaged for ht learner.

創建者 Abu M M R

2020年8月11日

Good course that helps to tackle ways to generate ideas.

創建者 Mayank k

2018年3月2日

Was insightful with loft of case studies and stories

創建者 Anthony K

2016年6月26日

the course is an eye opener and highly inspiring.

創建者 Pamela L

2016年6月12日

Professor Shlomo Maital is brilliant!

創建者 KietLQCE130198

2020年8月9日

good course

創建者 DungNTAHE140698

2020年8月11日

helpful

創建者 Edokwe C B

2020年9月23日

Good

創建者 Vương L B N

2020年7月15日

Good

創建者 MinhVTHE131027

2020年6月20日

Good

創建者 CuongDNSE130489

2020年6月19日

Good

創建者 Andreas F L

2016年5月22日

Interesting subject, and well-produced videos.

The assignments are however arbitrary and ill-defined, leading to wildly different peer reviews and many who have completed the assignments correctly to be stuck in a grading limbo.

Would not recommend at this point

創建者 Jayselle N

2021年3月12日

The content needs to be updated.

創建者 Arvid H

2017年5月3日

Course material and contents are quite interesting but, grading system specially peer review method is absolutely disappointing and kills the motivation. Grading level by other students somehow looks insulting regarding the time and effort which I put to think, write, explain and make videos.

創建者 Yannick

2016年12月11日

Much blaba, lenghty lectures, but less delivery/content. The second course (from idea to startup) is much better.

創建者 Dulce M T P W

2016年2月19日

The content is good but the delivery is not engaging or creative enough.

創建者 Nguyễn Đ T

2020年7月30日

khóa học rất bổ ích so với 3 triệu

創建者 daniel b

2019年5月16日

repetitive

創建者 Ruben M A

2016年4月21日

The course is interesting but at the same time quite repetitive. There are many examples in it, but they are all high level examples which are not really going into the details of the creative process.The high level process proposed is good, but it is into the details where the processes fails, and there are no detailed examples here.

By far, the worst thing related to this course is the peer review. they define rules which nobody respects and the scoring system is subjective and badly defined. I really regret my decision to join this specialization and the waist of money.

創建者 Dorothy H

2016年7月9日

Extremely repetitive with little to no visual interest. Needs to be cut down to about one tenth the presentation time. There are no visual representations, no exercises and no interactivity.

This is the most repetitive MOOC I have ever taken and I've taken a great many.

創建者 Шамиль А

2017年1月9日

Sorry, but the course is very poor. I've watched all the videos of the first week and it's mostly about nothing. And, by the way, too much stories. And I'm still wondering why simpke brainstorming is called ZiZoZi ("new" approach as it described).