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The Creative Thinking Handbook
Your Step-by-Step Guide to Problem Solving in Business
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About the book
Creativity directly impacts results and productivity, yet few of us understand how it happens or how to put it into practice. This book shows you not only how to get things done, but how to do them better and more creatively.
The Creative Thinking Handbook provides the correct application for creative thinking and action, by offering clear, practical tools and strategies so that you can develop creative thinking skills and help find brilliant solutions for any professional challenge.
Based on research and proven-to-work creative thinking models, Chris Griffiths and Melina Costi present a clear introduction to what creative thinking is, explain why we all need to do it and will help you generate ideas and make better decisions.
The Creative Thinking Handbook gets you to think differently by thinking creatively.
About the authors
Chris Griffiths is founder and CEO of OpenGenius, and world-leading expert on the application of innovation and Mind Mapping®. He has helped drive business growth for thousands worldwide, including teams and individuals from Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, the United Nations and Nobel Laureates. His is based in Cardiff, Wales.
Melina Costi is a professional business writer with a background in marketing management. She has co-authored several books. She is based in Cheshire, UK.
Caragh Medlicott is a full-time freelance writer and a Senior Editor at Wales Arts Review, based in Cardiff, Wales.
- Chris Griffiths and his work to help support creativity and neurodiversity is making a difference to the lives of many. This book sheds light on how important neurodivergent thinking is in team creativity. Neurodiversity in Business knows that bringing your authentic self to work allows for improved diversity of thought and that's better client outcomes.
- Dan Harris, CEO, Neurodiversity in Business