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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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Conclusions and References

Conclusions Gerund is one of the most difficult grammar point in English and it must be studied perfectly by teacher before explaining students. It has a lot of positions in the sentence and students must learn these positions because the meaning of the sentences depends of the positions every word in English. The derivation of […]

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Gerund structure – Part II

In general to the V construction has future orientation. It speaks of potential events, while the gerund has present or past readings, it tends to ‘reify’ or actualize an event. This distinction is relevant for several categories of verbs that take both complements. Also, in general, the infinitive complement carries with it a generic reading […]

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Gerund structure

Gerunds can occur in three different constructions in English: (a) as the subject of a sentence, (b) as verb complements (V + G) and (c) as objects of a preposition (Prep + O). Likewise, infinitives can occur in three different constructions: (a) as the subject of a sentence, (b) as a verb complement (V + […]

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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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General Characteristics of Gerund

Introduction Teaching English is a hard work. When we speak about teaching English grammar it is more difficult work for the teacher and the students. Interest in learning of English to students has been steadily growing in recent years. For correct presenting grammar teachers need special skills. Helping the children to learn and develop grammar […]

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