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How to Gain Creative Insight


How to Gain Creative Insight

This course is brought to you by Draper University, the course is meant to help entrepreneurs in exploring their creative side to take their businesses to the next level. Creative ideas can be difficult to come by. When we are on the outlook for solutions, our inner creative genius might not be on top performance. We sometimes face difficulties in arriving at creative solutions and implementing them in practicality. In this course Tina Seelig explains some strong qualities and values that can be inculcated to nurture a creative insight. Experimentation is utmost important when you have an idea of any form. It’s by working on raw ideas you get motivated to try more. She advises playing around with basic ideas over crafting a perfect plan to improve your creative insights. After implementing these tactics to your innovation process you will be able to unleash the inner creativity and create some breakthrough ideas.


* Awareness of business terminologies
* Member on StartupWind community

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Tina Seelig

Tina Seelig is a Stanford professor, speaker, and best selling author on innovation entrepreneurship and creativity.She teaches innovation and entrepreneurship and is passionate about creative problem-solving. Tina Seelig is Professor of the Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. She is also a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the entrepreneurship center at Stanford School of Engineering. Seelig runs several fellowship programs that focus on entrepreneurial leadership and teaches classes in the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, also know as the Her highly-experiential classes are crafted to explore factors that contribute to creativity and innovation in individuals and groups within organizations, with an emphasis on how to frame and reframe problems, challenge assumptions, and generate innovative ideas

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