CSI II: Creative Rescue Strategy is a program under Creative Scene Investigation (CSI) series.
The Creative Scene Investigation (CSI) series helps unlock individual and team creative potential, and builds an innovative organizational culture. A sequential process that first raises awareness of what kills creativity and innovation in the workplace, and then introduces practical strategies to rescue the creative capability that enables new and creative ideas to emerge from everyday work projects.
Methodology and Tools for Creative Problem Solving:
CSI II focuses on the tools and strategies needed to develop a creative mindset, and an increased capacity to come up with practical new ideas and implementable solutions, faster, in the everyday working environment.
It equips participants to actively harness, utilize, and promote creative problem solving. Generate fresh ideas better, faster and more cost effectively. CSI II examines personal and business case studies, provides activities to help activate the creativity of the participants, and explores solutions to actual workplace problems.
Easy and practical way to apply creative problem solving in everyday life – Many innovation and creativity training process are either ineffectively simple or too complex. CSI bridges the knowing-doing gap: it simplifies the extensive body of innovation research by providing an easy-to-understand metaphor, with reflection exercises, that addresses the key issues that support the development of an innovation culture.
Faster learning speed – CSI was intentionally designed to be a highly engaging and fun way to learn about being innovative and creative. The ‘crime scene’ metaphor moves the learners away from the traditional workplace setting, allowing them to open up for a new experience, to experiment and engage in their own learning journey. The crime-scene metaphor makes learning this difficult subject easier, and empowers them to stay engaged and apply what they learn.
Who Should Attend?
Leaders of all levels
Leaders from organizations that want to continue to move forward, and want to take initiative in making progress. In order to do this effectively, systems must be put in place that encourage corporate creativity.
To bring out the best from teams; to be more creative, innovative, and to leverage their best ideas into workplace success.
Those individuals who want to leverage their creativity to excel in life and boost their career.