Learn how to be more creative by applying the attribution dependency theory.
- What do these items have in common?…Here's a traffic stoplight, the kind that changes color…as the car pulls up to the light.…Next is a crescendo alarm clock.…It starts off ringing very softly…and then gradually gets louder until you finally wake up.…Next are transition sunglasses, the kind that get darker…as it gets brighter outside,…and finally, happy hour.…Do you see the pattern?…In each case, one item is changing…in response to something else.…
In the case of the traffic light, it turns green…in response to the presence of a car at the intersection.…The loudness of the crescendo alarm clock…changes in response to time.…The darkness of the lens changes in response…to the brightness of the external light.…And happy hour, (laughs) well, the price you pay for drinks…at a bar, changes in response to the time of day.…You should see that as one thing changes,…another thing changes, and that is the hallmark…of the attribute dependency technique.…
To use attribute dependency, you make two lists.…First is a list of the attributes of the surrounding…
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- Understanding ways to learn creativity
- Understanding the barriers to creativity
- Applying the subtraction technique
- Applying the division technique
- Applying the multiplication technique
- Applying the attribute dependency theory
- Creating a creativity dream team
- Facilitating group creativity
- Selecting the best ideas