- Seeing The Point Online Version
Seeing The Point Online Version
This is an online version of a popular activity to improve problem solving & creative thinking skills. It's ideal to use as an introductory or ice-breaker activity to develop innovation skills, or to reinforce key learning points.
The initial problem posed is challenging to solve in its own right but then the further challenges presented to participants require different thinking skills and collaborative behaviours to develop a successful solution.
It brings to life a common problem facing many teams: ‘I’m repeatedly being asked to do more with less, and it can’t be done!'
A single user licence with an online facilitator guide.
This guide includes:
→information on setting up the activity and briefing delegates
→instructions on operating the activity and facilitating learning for the group
→suggestions for reviewing the learning
Online access to each of the four files that include all of the digital materials that can be accessed and manipulated by the learners
Each set of activity materials can be used with up to 16 x learners
Unlimited licence and use of all materials included in single purchase price
Our popular creative thinking exercise to develop creativity and innovation to illustrate "thinking outside the box".
It is a challenging way of encouraging learners to look at things in a different way: seeing beyond the obvious problem and the solutions they expect to work.
Ideally used as an introductory activity or paired with 'Challenging Assumptions' as a 'mental warm-up' for problem-solving and creative thinking, or to reinforce key learning points.
Created by US team building expert and author Dr. Jim Cain. It is an excellent 10 to 15-minute activity for use in team building, innovative thinking, or indeed in large group conference situations. It brings to life a common issue facing many teams: ‘I’m repeatedly being asked to do more with less, and it can’t be done!'
This is used as:
- A brainstorming tool for generating ideas
- A creativity and innovation thinking exercise during meetings, trainings and workshops
- A facilitation tool during conferences to keep the audience engaged
Highly recommended for:
- Project managers
- Agile and Scrum
- Business Leaders
- Coaches and facilitators
- Creative agencies
- Human resource departments
Individuals who want to develop creative thinking and innovation skills
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