- Well Structured
- Concrete Examples
Tina Seelig, the executive director of Stanford University’s Technology Ventures Program, knows a thing or two about innovation. For her, creativity isn’t a mysterious process but the result of a blend of factors that together generate new insights and ideas. In a lively presentation, Seelig introduces what she calls the “innovation engine” and examines its six components. Her framework empowers every individual to contribute to the creative process.
About the Speaker
Tina Seelig is the executive director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.
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2 months agoThank you for sharing the 6 characteristics of creativity. The information provided was very informative and it all makes sense, i.e. how each of them hampers creativity and also the connection between and their impact on one another. The most interesting part that I found was, reframing the questions in the right manner because it is something boosts our imagination capabilities. Thank you once again for your generosity!!!
1 year agoVery interesting approach!