The Process of Creativity

926 WordsFeb 4, 20184 Pages
Creativity is turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. It is the process of seeing the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns. Creativity involves two processes: thinking, then producing. If you have ideas, but you don’t act on them, you are imaginative but not creative. It is important to define creativity because it can mean in a lot of different ways to different people. “Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources” ― Albert Einstein INNOVATION Innovation is the application of creativity to give birth to a new concept, product, service or process delivering something new and better to the world. When we innovate, we work with the creative ideas we have developed and we practice. Innovation is NOT just about making new gadgets. We can be innovative in many ways. We can make New Design, new concepts, how to lead and motivate people at their best. "Innovation is creativity with a job to do." - John Emmerling What is the source of creativity and innovation? Innovation relies on creativity. You cannot build without first developing some ideas. Creativity is the source of innovation. If we do not use our creativity, we cannot select the best ideas and put them into practice. Every improvement starts with an idea. According to theorists, using case studies have attempted to better understand the sources of creativity and innovation. Creativity arises through the following components: • Knowledge: All the relevant understanding an individual brings
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