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					    Creativity and problem solving
Using conscious and subconscious mind




  Prof. Lakshman Madurasinghe, PhD
  Consultant Psychologist; Attorney
The need for a holistic Model of
          Excellence
                                 Disciplined study
                       IQ        Self awareness
                                 Creativity
                                 Teaching and doing

   EQ
EMOTIONA
                                             PQ
    L
                   HOLISTIC                Physical
QUOTIENT
                    MODEL                  Quotient
Self awareness
And self control                            Nutrition
Motivation                                  Exercise
Empathy                                     Relaxation
Social skills         SQ       Integrity    Stress Mgt
                   SPIRITUAL   Vision
                   QUOTIENT    Meaning
           The essence of
            productivity improvement
            is working ------> more
            intelligently , not harder



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           Brain Re-engineering




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           Varying brain speed




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HOW BRAIN WAVES INFLUENCE DECISIONS

Alpha: Beta and Theta

What is the advertisement I am
watching      40 HZ
                                  BETA

Why am I watching this advert
 16-24 HZ


How should I use this info for my benefit
    8-12 HZ
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                                ALPHA
           Is there a difference between
           Creativity and Innovation ?




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           Creativity- New ideas,
           originality

           Innovation- takes the new
           idea through to a satisfied
           customer


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           Creativity & Intelligence often
           go together but a creative
           person need not necessarily
           be highly intelligent




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           Therefore innovation ought to
           be an essential part of one’s
           business strategy




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           Creativity Killers

 Can’t be done.            Let’s form a
 Never done it.             committee.
 Anyone else tried it?     Will not work in
 Costs too much.            our department/
 Isn’t in the budget.       company/
                             industry.


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           Spect Analysis- use of full
           brain




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             CREATIVE THINKING
           1. Random input; word, pictures and apply to
           problem at hand- LATERAL

           2. Problem reversal; LATERAL- define what it is
           not, state problem in reverse, change positive to
           negative.
           how would I reduce customer sales at Coke?-
           3.What ifs
           4.W’s




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             CREATIVE THINKING
           5. Reframing- Product, Planning,
           Potential,People

           6. Ideatoons- symbols

           7. Six hats

           8. Concept maps

           9. Mind maps

           10. Lateral thinking
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             CREATIVE THINKING
           11. Brain storming

           12. Provocation- Houses should not have
           roofs

           13.Concept fan

           14. SCAMPER

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           Decision-Making Styles


           Reflexive

           Reflective

           Consistent


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           Reflexive Style
 Makes quick
    decisions (shooting
    from hip) without
    taking time to
    gather all
    information needed
    or considering all
    alternatives.


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           Reflective Style
           Takes plenty
            of time to
            make
            decisions,
            gathering and
            analyzing
            several
            alternatives

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           Consistent Style

           Makes
            decision
            without
            rushing or
            wasting
            time.
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           Lateral Thinking




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          The Basics Behind
           Lateral Thinking
q    We are hardwired to be UN-creative.

q    We need formal tools for breaking out of
     patterned thinking.

q    Everyone can learn how to be more creative

q    Lateral Thinking gives you the power to
     create ideas on demand

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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…

any of these
seven common comments




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    Because Lateral
     Thinking Will

Give managers the tools to
  encourage and reward the
  creative EFFORT that must
  become a habit before you can
  get consistently innovative
  results.

Give employees the tools to assess
     and improve ideas before
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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
2. Creative people are a
 nuisance. They’re always
 getting out of line.




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    Because Lateral
     Thinking Will
Teach managers how to perceive
 creative intrusions as a valuable
 tool for checking blind spots and
 biases. Creative ideas are often
 jarring.

Give collaborative employees the
   tools to generate creative ideas
   on demand. You do not have to
   rely on a flock of born rebels 25
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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
3. We don’t have time to go
 through all that trial and
 error.




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           Because Lateral
            Thinking Will

Teach managers to be alert for new
 opportunities at every stage as
 ideas are explored.

Give employees tools that speed up
 the innovation process.

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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
4. Creative people are so off-the-
 wall. Their ideas are never
 feasible.




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           Because Lateral
            Thinking Will
Give everyone the tools of
 provocation and movement so
 they know how to get value from
 initially unworkable ideas.

Teach everyone how to harvest,
 tailor, and shape ideas to make
 them more practical.

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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
5. This company doesn’t see
 mistakes as progress. We quit too
 soon.




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    Because Lateral
     Thinking Will
Give everyone tools to assess and
 minimize risk.

Teach everyone how to perceive
 failures as necessary steps in the
 creative process.

Enable everyone to learn from their
   mistakes.
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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
6. We don’t know what to be
 creative about.




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   Suggest Lateral
Thinking If You Hear…
7. We don’t need new ideas. We’re
 already aligned about what we’re
 doing/where we’re going/how to
 get there.




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           Because Lateral
            Thinking Will

Teach everyone the absolute
 necessity of applying the creative
 process continuously to every
 strategy, process, assumption,
 product, and practice, in our
 rapidly changing world.


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       Lateral Thinking:
       Four Step Process
               Edward de Bono’s
            Creative Thinking Process

GET STARTED




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      Characteristics o f L ateral Ver sus
             Ver tic al T hinkin g


        LATERAL THINKING       VERTICAL THINKING
                               Tries to find
   Fi nds new w ays t o
    view things;                absol utes;
                                concer ned wi th
    concer ned wi th            sta bi lity.
    change and mo vement. 
                                Seeks jus ti fica tion
   Looks f or w ha t is        for eac h step; tr ies
    di f fer ent r ather than   to find wha t is
    “ri ght” or “wr ong. ”      “r ight. ”
   Anal yz es ideas to        Anal yz es ideas for

    gener ate new ideas.        fault s.
                               Seeks conti nui ty.
   Uses fr ee as soci ation                     36
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       Usef ul La ter al T hi nkin g
              Tec hniques

   Rever sal tec hnique
     Examining a pr       oblem an d tur ning it
      completel y ar ound, inside out,         or upside
      do wn
   Anal og y tec hni que
     De veloping a sta      tement a bout similarit      ies
      betw een obje cts, per sons, and situa           tions
   Cr oss- fer til izati on tec hni que
     Asking e xper ts fr om other        fields t o
      examine the pr       oblem and s ug gest
       solutions
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    Lateral thinking….

  A man walks into a bar and
  asks the barman for a glass of
  water. The barman pulls out a
  gun and points it at the man.
  The man says 'Thank you' and
  walks out.

      What happened ? – 5 MINUTES
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            Who,What,Where,When,Why
            ,How
           1. How can these questions help you in
           problem solving and innovation ?
           2. Which set of questions do you find
           yourself using most often ?
           3. Which question is the most thought-
           provoking ?
           4. What other useful questions have you
           heard that should be added to the list ?


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           Creativity….



                 Examining our habits




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           Creativity….


                   Habit
                   Make use of chance
                     intrusions
                   Shower etc…..



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               Creativity….


              The intuitive mind is a sacred gift
              and the rational mind is a faithful
              servant. We have created a society
              that honours the servant and has
              forgotten the gift.

              Einstein

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           Creativity….Intuition


                On a piece of paper write down what you
                believe will be the outcome of a problem
                situation facing you next week.

                Look at the paper once it happens

                5 mts




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           Creativity….


             Habit
             Suspending judgment

             Don’t criticize your own ideas too
               prematurely


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           Creativity….


             Habit
             Tolerating ambiguity

             To develop a complete mind study the
                art of science and the science of
                art….


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                    Creativity….


           Value of quiet time

           “ CREATIVE PAUSE”




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           Creativity….

              Look

              Listen

              Touch

              Taste

              Smell




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           Creativity….


             1. Sculpt

             2. Characters

             3. Metaphors


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           Creativity….

             1. Sculpt

             Seated on the boat: place etc etc

             I felt nervous so I am sitting on the
                 edge

             I am lying around feeling relaxed
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              Creativity….

           2. Characters


           Look at the problem

           Give them some characters: Henry V111
           The Queen, Uri Geller, Accountant,
              Doctor, Monk etc

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              Creativity….
           2. Characters

           How to get the team as a whole to share
             knowledge and skills

           A monk
           A zookeeper
           An artist
           A bus driver


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             Creativity….
           3. Metaphor


           Describe consultancy as a pot of yoghurt




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              Creativity….
           3. Metaphor


           It comes in different flavours
           It goes off
           Some people don’t like it
           You don’t always feel like eating it
           You can add it to cooking to create a dish

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           Creativity….
Random word

Open a dictionary or a newspaper at random and choose
   a word or image. What light does this shed on the
   situation.




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            Stages of the Creative Process

                           Preparation



           Verification                  Concentration




                 Illumination        Incubation


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           Mind Mapping




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           What is mind mapping?
            Developed in the 1960s by Tony Buzan to help
              students make notes by using keywords and
              images.

            Non-linear thinking and associative memory

            Visual brainstorming tool.

            Use connections between keywords to map
              knowledge to help improve understanding and
              recall.

            Aids high level and critical thinking.


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           What’s it used for?
            Organising thoughts and ideas

            Reading papers

            Lecture notes

            Writing

            Knowledge bases

            Problem solving

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           How to do a Mind Map
               Start with main idea at the centre of the page.

               Think quickly and non-linearly

               Use keywords

               Point out relationships between concepts with
                 lines.

               Colour-code related concepts.

               Use images



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           Foundations

            Brainstorming is the first step towards
             Mind Mapping
                Brainstorming is a way of finding simple
                 associations between things.
                However, brainstorming exercises are
                 different from Mind Maps in that they are
                 often two-dimensional and monotone.



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           Foundations

            A central image should form the basis of
             your Mind Map.
            Images are more evocative than words.
            They often trigger associations more
             readily.
            This means they are better to enhancing
             thinking and creativity.


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           Sample Maps: Lecture notes




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           Foundations

            I also shows that it is ludicrous that over
             95% of note-taking/making is done
             without the benefit of images.




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           Foundations

            What if I can’t draw or my drawing is
             bad?
                Anyone can learn to draw!
                The key is to practise…




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           Foundations
            ‘The reason why so many people
            assume they are incapable of of creating
            images is that, instead of understanding
            that the brain always succeeds
            through continued experimentation,
            they mistake initial failure for
            fundamental incapacity and as its true
            measure of their talent.’ (Buzan)


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           Brainstorming to Mind
           Mapping
            From your central image you should
             radiate Key Words
            Key Words should be PRINTED on
             curved lines flowing from the central
             image. These lines should be the same
             length as the words.
            By printing them you naturally
             EMPHASISE THEM.


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           Brainstorming to Mind
           Mapping
            Key words should be basic ordering
             ideas (or key concepts) and from these
             concepts associated ideas should flow.
            Words radiate their own associations
                E.g. Dog, bone, cat…
                What did you think of next?
                Your next thought is an example of an
                 association

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           Brainstorming to Mind
           Mapping
            If you find it difficult    What are the most
                                          important seven
              working out what            categories in the area
              your key ideas are          under consideration?
              then try answering         What are my basic
              the following               questions? ‘Why?’,
                                          ‘What?’,‘Where?’,’Who?,
              questions:                  ‘How?’,‘Which?’,’When?’
                                          often serve as major
                                          branches in a Mind Map.




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           Brainstorming to Mind
           Mapping
            If you find yourself having a ‘mental
             block’ then try adding blank lines to the
             key words Mind Map.
            ‘[The brain] will almost instantaneously
             find associations, especially when given
             the trigger of additional stimulus.’ (Buzan)




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           Sample Maps: Writing




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           Sample Maps: CV




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           BRAIN WRITING




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           Mind Mapping….


How to protect and improve tourism in
Sri Lanka in the light of a “ BIRD FLU”
    pandemic

GROUP ACTIVITY
  30 MINUTES

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           Use of sound
           Baroque- Vivaldi 4
           seasons


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       The Princess and the
       Peasant- Group Activity-
       10 mts




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           Use of colour

           Yellow- inspiration , power of
           mind, bright ideas, joy,
           laughter

           Green- balance, harmony,
           calmness , bridge between
           emotions and higher reasons,
           decision making, flowing with
           life

           Blue- Creativity, teaching
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           Use of colour

           Violet- Wisdom

           Pink- Warmth , tenderness, all
           is well

           Golden- Brilliance, higher
           creativity

           Red- Anger, fear, raw power,
           strength to be well, fire
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           Creative thinking- Walt Disney w




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reative thinking- Walt Disney way




        Master in his field but sometimes
        appeared to be in a dream , at other
        times pragmatic, suddenly critical….


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   Creative thinking- Walt
   Disney way




               The Four Character states




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reative thinking- Walt Disney way




             The Dreamer

             Able to fantasize, pure
             creativity with no boundaries….
             ” what if………..”



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reative thinking- Walt Disney way




             The Realist

             Able to realistically implement
             a plan

             “ As if…….”


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eative thinking- Walt Disney way




             The Critic

             Able to constructively criticize a
             plan, identifying any flaws that
             would prevent it from working



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reative thinking- Walt Disney way




             The Impartial

             Able to stand back and take a
             detached view of a situation




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   Creative thinking- Walt
   Disney way




           As a group select a work
           related problem and use Walt
           Disney method to find a
           solution

           15 mts
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           Creative thinking example- 10 mts

               Three women each have two
               daughters, and they all go into a
               restaurant for a meal.There are only
               seven vacant seats in the
               restaurant, but each has a seat to
               herself.

               How did they manage it ?

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   GOLD



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                                  Blue Hat
                           Managing The Thinking
                                Setting The Focus
                               Making Summaries
                             Overviews • Conclusions
    White Hat                     Action Plans                Black Hat
Information & Data                                     Why It May Not Work
   Neutral & Objective                                       Cautions • Dangers
Checked & Believed Facts                                     Problems • Faults
 Missing Information &                                        Logical Reasons
   Where To Source It                                          Must Be Given



                                    FOCUS

   Yellow Hat                                                     Red Hat
 Why It May Work                                           Feelings & Intuition
   Values & Benefits                                         Emotions Or Hunches
(Both Known & Potential)                                        “At This Point”
     The Good In It                                        No Reasons or Justification
    Logical Reasons                                              Keep It Short
     Must Be Given               Green Hat
                             Creative Thinking
                            Possibilities • Alternatives
                            New Ideas • New Concepts
                               Overcome Black Hat
                           Problems & Reinforce Yellow
                                    Hat Values
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                                                                  GOLD
                                  Blue Hat                        Overall quality
                           Managing The Thinking                  check against values
                                Setting The Focus
                               Making Summaries
                             Overviews • Conclusions
    White Hat                     Action Plans                Black Hat
Information & Data                                     Why It May Not Work
   Neutral & Objective                                       Cautions • Dangers
Checked & Believed Facts                                     Problems • Faults
 Missing Information &                                        Logical Reasons
   Where To Source It                                          Must Be Given



                                    FOCUS

   Yellow Hat                                                      Red Hat
 Why It May Work                                           Feelings & Intuition
   Values & Benefits                                         Emotions Or Hunches
(Both Known & Potential)                                        “At This Point”
     The Good In It                                        No Reasons or Justification
    Logical Reasons                                              Keep It Short
     Must Be Given               Green Hat
                             Creative Thinking
                            Possibilities • Alternatives
                            New Ideas • New Concepts
                               Overcome Black Hat
                           Problems & Reinforce Yellow
                                    Hat Values
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           Thinking hats



   Are arranged marriages better
   than love marriages

   GROUP ACTIVITY
   20 MINUTES

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           Lateral thinking….

             A man was walking downstairs in a
             building when he suddenly realized
             that his wife had just died. How?




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           Thinking hats



   How could we capture a greater
   market share for Coke ?

   GROUP ACTIVITY
   30 MINUTES

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           Creativity



                        Pareto Analysis




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   By doing 20 % of work you can generate
   80 % of the advantage of doing the entire
   job.

   80 % Sales to 20 % customers

   80 % taxes by 20 % population



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            Creativity



                How Pareto analysis
ne




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           An analysis of missing doses
           in clinic




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           Creativity



      Concept fans- discuss with
   group




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           What did we cover today

   Brain re-engineering
   Creativity killers
   Lateral thinking
   Sculpt, character,metaphor
   Mind maps
   Walt Disney
   Thinking hats
   Pareto
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           Creativity



                        Brain Storming




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           Brainstorming

           The process
            of suggesting
            many
            possible
            alternatives
            without
            evaluation.
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   Helps generate many radical ideas

   Ideas must be broad and odd as possible

   Should be developed fast

   No criticism of ideas

   Ideas should be evaluated once session is over




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           What are the ways in which we can
           have a more inspired workforce
           that would do the best they can at
           Coke ?

           GROUP ACTIVITY 25 MTS


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           Creativity



                        Grid Analysis




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Making a choice where many factors must
be balanced.

It is most effective where a number of good
alternatives are taken into account




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First list the options and then factors that are
    important

Next work out relative importance of factors




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   COMPLETE THE TABLE GIVEN
   15 MTS




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           NLP




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                Neuro

   Thinking patterns that make
   up the mental aspect of our
   strategies:

       To see ourselves as in a movie
       Hear encouraging internal voice to
   do well
       Steady confident feeling in
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               Linguistic

     The way we use language
     both internally and with
     others

           Regular word we use:
           Also
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           “ why not” vs “ what would   120
                 Programming

           Mental and behavioural
           codes that run or lives

           Stubbornness vs letting go

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           Using Anchors




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       Helps you to be the person you
       want to be at any time…..

       Pavlov….


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           Naturally occurring anchors




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           Anchor prompts activity




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    Invent a new type of toy for busy
    managers

    15 mts




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           NAC steps




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          1) Know What You Want.

          2) Know What is Preventing You From Getting What You
           Want.(pain/pleasure)

          3) Interrupt that Pattern or Break the Old Behavior.

          4) Choose and Install the New Behavior or Pattern You Want.

          5) Condition Yourself for the New Behavior or Pattern.

          6) Do an Ecology Test for the New Behavior to See If You
           Have Successfully Installed and Conditioned It To Be Your
           New Automatic Response

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           OTHER TECHNIQUES



                  Tree map
 Force field analysis
  Fishbone        Importance analysis
 Consequence map
                   Multiple regression


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           Decision Trees

qA   diagram of
   alternatives.
    The
   diagram
   gives a
   visual of the
   alternatives
   making
   analyzing
   easier.                  130
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               Break-Even Analysis


                Capital Budgeting

Quantitative
Techniques     Linear Programming


                Queuing Theory


               Probability Theory
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DEVELOPING EXCELLENCE
A REFLECTION ON INPUTS
               Global Seismic Shifts

1. The globalization of markets and technology

3. The emergence of universal connectivity

3. An exponential increase in competition-
   bench mark- “world class”

4. The movement of wealth creation from
   financial capital to intellectual and social
   capital

5. Permanent white water
The need for a holistic Model of
          Excellence
                                 Disciplined study
                       IQ        Self awareness
                                 Creativity
                                 Teaching and doing

   EQ
EMOTIONA
                                             PQ
    L
                   HOLISTIC                Physical
QUOTIENT
                    MODEL                  Quotient
Self awareness
And self control                            Nutrition
Motivation                                  Exercise
Empathy                                     Relaxation
Social skills         SQ       Integrity    Stress Mgt
                   SPIRITUAL   Vision
                   QUOTIENT    Meaning
Your 5 Competencies at Coca
Cola

Market Execution –ME

Demand Creation – DC

Demand fulfillment- DF

Performance Finance-PF
             PUT SIMPLY- EQ
Its about:
   Managing ourselves

   Managing our interaction with others

 Understanding more about human
behaviour

   Understanding consequences more

   A language or a framework
     EQ COMPETENCIES
    Self Awareness              Social Awareness
    Emotional Self-           Empathy
     Awareness                 Organisational
    Accurate Self              Awareness
     Assessment                Service Orientation
    Self-confidence
                       EQ
Self Management                 Relationship Mgmt
 Emotional Self-            Developing others
  Control                    Inspirational
 Transparency                Leadership
 Adaptability               Change Catalyst
 Achievement                Influence
 Initiative                 Conflict Management
 Optimism                   Teamwork and
    The 4C model of Excellence




You live that you may love;
You love that you may learn to live
    EMPTHY-THE FOUR LEVELS

   Listens- SOLER

   Reads non verbal clues

   Open to diversity

   Sees (and anticipates) other’s
    perspectives
   Coping with anger


GAI NS Probl em so lvi ng method

   Get information
       Acknowledge
          I want - messages
              Negotiate
                 Self-Care
                 SQ
Flexibility
Self-Awareness
Ability to face and endure
suffering
Ability to be compelled by a
vision
See connections between diverse
things
Cause no harm
Tendency to probe and ask
fundamental questions
WINNING MIND
Brain Re-engineering


Is Productivity proportional to
CET …..?
USING THE WHOLE BRAIN
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VARIETY OF THINKING STYLES
             &
        ATTITUDES
MENTAL SCREENS

 VISUALIZING

 RIGHT BRAIN

MUSIC THERAPY
    NLP

   SWISH

SPLIT SCREENS

  CIRCLES
Being in the G.A.P
  What are values

  Values erosion
    word wide
      -Enron

Johnson and Johnson

  7 Values at Coke
 WORKING ON YOUR
    ROAD MAP

Removing Negativities
                           DEFINITION




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           S=P>R
           Stress occurs when the pressure is greater than the resource   151
             Managing Stress-Alternatives

• Conventional Medicine     •   Floatation
• Counselling &             •   Herbalism
  psychotherapy
                            •   Biofeedback
• Relaxation
                            •   Homeopathy
• Meditation
• Massage                   •   Hypnotherapy
• Yoga                      •   Osteopathy
• Acupuncture               •   Pet Therapy
• Aromatherapy              •   Reflexology
Creativity- New ideas, originality

Innovation- takes the new idea
through to a satisfied customer


Mind maps

Lateral thinking

Thinking hats and others……
Excellence is not an option….It is the
                way….
  IQ




        EQ




                   PQ

                                SQ
    Think of a sentence of more than
    15 words all beginning with the
    letter T




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    Trevor took the trouble to take
    the train ticket to the terminus to
    transfer the train time to ten
    tomorrow




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