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Managing Creativity and Innovation – Part 4

CONCLUSION Creativity and innovation are key factors to a successful organisation as they do not copy ideas from other organisations but they merely innovate from existing ideas to produce an exclusive solution in the form of product or services (Burrus, 2013). Organisations who encourage its employees to be more creative and innovative are able to […]

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Managing Creativity and Innovation – Part 3

Conditions of Creative Thinking Creative thinking does not happen automatically. Alexander Graham Bell has always been known for his invention of the telephone in 1876 (Strickland, n.d.) and the first successful cell phone was designed by Martin Cooper who was an executive in Motorola in 1973 (Seward, 2013). Fast forward to 2017, we have a […]

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Managing Creativity and Innovation – Part 2

THEORIES OF CREATIVITY Wallas Model of the Creative Process As it accords to the process, it would follow the logic order, whether the main point or the contents inside. In Wallas Model, it consists of 4 parts; preparation level, incubation, illumination and verification level respectively (Yuan and Shen, 2016).     Figure 1: The sequence […]

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Managing Creativity and Innovation – Part 1

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The terms “Creativity” and “Innovation” are gradually becoming indispensable in modern times. They encompass a full range of sectors comprising economic, social, and environmental as well as pursue a creator’s personal objectives in today’s dynamically developing world. This report examines the concept of managing creativity and innovation to the transition of creativity to […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 6

Discussion The study conducted provides a clear insight into the matter at hand in the developing of skis required in critical thinking. The results obtained from week one of the study revealed that the students were more nervous when approaching the minute papers and completed the task relatively fast. In composing the data on the […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 5

Problem Definition Fostering and gaining the great understanding of being able to assist students to think critically is very significant to their academic success. Students have been increasingly found to lack the motivation of employing their contemporary set of critical thinking skills, they, in turn, mess up in the development of those skills which befits […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 4

Ways of Enhancing Critical Thinking among the College Students There are various ways in which the students can improve their skills of critical thinking. A college student can improve his ability to think critically by asking questions that are relevant to a college education. Students use the information that they already have to mark the […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 3

The importance of critical thinking Critical thinking equips a student with the multitasking and managing his or her academic time in the right way. Critical thinking skills are essential for the education of the college students. College students have a lot of responsibilities in academics that they need attend to in their learning process. The […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 2

Critical Thinking Elements Critical thinking has six basic elements. Each of the six elements of critical thinking serves a purpose in making it beneficial to the college students. This would, therefore, mean that a student must show all the six elements for him or her to be considered as thinking critically. Information evaluation, interpretation, analysis, […]

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Critical Thinking among College Students – Part 1

Encouraging college students’ critical thinking skills Abstract The paper describes the purpose of critical thinking skills in college students. It begins by describing what critical thinking means. The paper goes further to describe reasons why college students should think critically when handling their academic issues. Further, the benefits of thinking critically by college students on […]

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