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PROGRAMOVERVIEW9 HOURS“Invention, Talent, Innovation, Creativity” - In this era of newtechnologies, these words provide a vehicle of success formany of today’s leading companies such as Apple, Googleand Microsoft. People who think of themselves as noncreative types are often surprised to learn that there reallyis a process to creative thinking. When we're engaged inthe act of being creative, we feel we are performing at thepeak of our abilities. Creativity & Innovation enriches yourlife and provides you with a most important competitiveadvantage.Stephen Covey stated that “Creative experiences can beproduced regularly, consistently, almost daily in people'slives. It requires enormous personal security and opennessand spirit of adventure.”Join us in our journey in Zigzag land to explore theessence of creativity and innovation, discover its neededcompetencies, gain hands-on experience through applyinga range of tools & techniques that help you nurture yourcreativity, enhance your innovative ability and strivefor uniqueness and distinctiveness in your workplace.Throughout the workshop, teams will be presenting theirwork and voting on each other’s projects. This is youropportunity to create the difference that you are aspiringfor!

MODULE 1AGENDA3 HOURSTOPICTOOLOBJECTIVEWho could guess what thispicture is? Why was the programnamed Zigzag?Differentiate between “Logical” thinking “Creative” thinkingWhat do you expect we willhave covered by the end of thismodule?Illustrate the learning outcomes slide10 min.Provide a brief about Zigzag bookWatch scene 1 & debriefRecognize how traditional people’s lives look like10 min.Characteristics of the normalstatic person versus the creativepersonIdentify the characteristics of the creative person5 min.Is the source of creativity themind or the heart?Recognize the role of the left brain thinking in the creativity process5 min.Is creativity a talent or practice?What if I am not talented?Comprehend the importance of the emotional part of the mind10 minPareto 80 / 20 principlePrioritize inputs that are most productive to your performance5 min.Do not compare yourself toothersStrengthen confidence and trust in your capabilities5 minMyths & Facts about creativity &innovationValidate misconceptions about creativity & innovation15 min.Provide the definition forcreativity & innovationDefine creativity & innovation and the difference between them15 minCreate a storyCriteria: creativity & timelinessTrust your creative capabilitiesTeam impact in the creative process10 min.5 min.20 min10 min.20 min. 20 mindebrief15 minCase Study Audio Visuals: KodakRealize the impact of creativity & innovation on your organizationVS Fuji; AirbnbFind value in whatever resourcesyou haveRealize that constraints are the mother of creativityCreativity & InnovationCompetencies AssessmentUnleash your unseen creative strengthsWrap up of the module &questionsDevelop your action gitalActivity

MODULE 1LEARNING OUTCOMES Differentiate between linear “Logical” thinking &lateral “Creative” thinking Identify the characteristics of the creative personversus the traditional person Prioritize most productive inputs using Pareto Rule Validate misconceptions about creativity & innovation Define creativity & innovation and the differencebetween each of which Realize the impact of creativity & innovation on yourorganizational performance Utilize your resources creatively Unleash your unseen creative strengths Develop your action plan to leverage your fragile andturn your talents into strengths

MODULE 2AGENDATOPICTOOLOBJECTIVE15 min.Find various uses for the objectsDifferentiate between “Logical” thinking & “Creative” thinking20 min.Ned Hermann Whole Brain ModelAssessmentUnderstand the profiles of your thinking style preferences20 min.Trainer explains the Whole BrainModel & then debriefs on theassessment resultsDevelop your creative skills to produce ideas and solve problems15 min.What is your role within yourteam? Does your team seem tohave the 4-brain parts?Identify the role of individuals & teams within your organization20 min.What are the characteristicsof organizational cultures thatpromote creativity?Identify the role of your organization in promoting or impedingemployees’ creativity & innovation15 min.Innovation Culture AssessmentEvaluate your company’s innovation culture15 minHarvard Business Review 6-YearResearchWhat makes creative innovators & business strategists different than us10 minArrange the 5 skills cards as yousee and explain your evidenceDiscover your skill set15 minPros and ConsMix the right and left brain thinking: the imaginative & the rational20 minNew Coaching platforms (onlinesearch activity) and Virtual toolsPractice the 5 discovery skills10 min.Tips and tricks for a perfect onlinecoaching sessionStrengthen your innovation capabilities with time, effort and practice3 igitalActivity

MODULE 2LEARNING OUTCOMES Recognize the role of the left brain thinking versus theright brain Understand your primary & secondary profiles of yourthinking style preferences Develop your creative skills to produce ideas and solveproblems Recognize how to work with the -4brain parts Identify the role of individuals & teams in creativity &innovation Evaluate your company’s innovation culture using theInnovation Culture Assessment What makes creative innovators & business strategistsdifferent than us Practice the 5 discovery skills to strengthen yourinnovation capabilities Convert your original idea into innovative prototypes

MODULE 3AGENDA3 HOURSTOPICTOOLOBJECTIVE10 min.Types of Business InnovationsRecognize & practice types of Business Model Innovations10 min.Incremental InnovationIntroducing small continuous improvements to products & services10 min.Product InnovationIntroducing new products that generate new customer value10 min.Service InnovationIntroducing new service that generates new customer value15 min.Business Model InnovationIntroducing new ways in which organizations create & deliver value15 min.Marketing InnovationLearn how to market and communicate new products/services20 min.Process InnovationImplementing new production of delivery methods15 minWhat type of innovation bestdescribes your organizationneeds? Why?Apply types of business innovation that best suit your work-relatedproblems10 min.Methods & Techniques ofCreativity & InnovationApply various tools & techniques to create ideas and judge their worthin the workplace10 minBrainstorming & its basic rules15 minSCAMPERGenerate ideas by asking the right questions10 minThe 5 WhysQuickly dissect the problem and reveal its underlying causes10 min.Mind mappingUnlock the potential of your brain to easily sort through differentdetails20 minCreativity & Innovation StylesRecognize your innovation style to make the best out of talActivity

MODULE 3LEARNING OUTCOMES Recognize & practice types of Business ModelInnovations. Apply various tools & techniques of creativity &innovation in the workplace . Recognize your innovation style to make the best outof it. Apply types of business innovation that best suit yourwork requirements.

TOOL KITBbusinesss will equip attendees with the coaching toolkit thatinvolves: The Comic Book CREATE Model Competency cards The 5 DNA Discovery Skills PIE ModelANIMATED SCENESThis visual platform with its animated Comic Book Scenessimulates various situations that happen at work. Simulationsprovide the opportunity to analyse situations that the heroencounters in his trip to discover himself and his creativecompetencies, to change the path of his life as well as the life ofthe audience through that journey in the human soul.

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Case Study Audio Visuals: Kodak VS Fuji; Airbnb Realize the impact of creativity & innovation on your organization 10 min. Find value in whatever resources you have Realize that constraints are the mother of creativity 20 min. 20 min debrief Creativity & Innovation Competencies Assessment Unleash your unseen creative strengths

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