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Creative thinking: In The Decision and Management Sciences/ by James R. Evans

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: Publication details: Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing, 1991Description: 167 pages; illustrations; 23 cmISBN:
  • 9780538809221
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 658.403 EVA
Contents:
Creativity and the decision and management sciences -- Problem solving- a basis for creative thinking -- Understanding creativity -- Developing and enhancing creativity -- Creativity and problem solving methodologies -- Management science, modeling, and
Summary: Creative thinking is undergoing a renaissance in business. Considered the qrowth tool of the 90's, creativity training is required by more than half fortune 500 companies. You can learn to use creativity in decision making and problem solving with creative thinking in the decision and management sciences. Built around the proven creative problem solving process developed by Alex Osborn and Sidney Parnes.
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Books Books Perpustakaan Institut Latihan Statistik Malaysia Open Shelf Perpustakaan Institut Latihan Statistik Malaysia Open Shelf 2 Available 00000603

Includes bibliographical references: p. 158-159.

Includes index.

Creativity and the decision and management sciences -- Problem solving- a basis for creative thinking -- Understanding creativity -- Developing and enhancing creativity -- Creativity and problem solving methodologies -- Management science, modeling, and

Creative thinking is undergoing a renaissance in business. Considered the qrowth tool of the 90's, creativity training is required by more than half fortune 500 companies. You can learn to use creativity in decision making and problem solving with creative thinking in the decision and management sciences. Built around the proven creative problem solving process developed by Alex Osborn and Sidney Parnes.

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