It truly changed me. It made me more confident and daring.
Silvie Vale, Communications consultant
This has been the most important and useful learning experience in my 16 years of education.
I followed the process and we got a very innovative idea – It actually got patented.
Anders Baek, Senior Mechanical Engineer
Within a week my brain was totally reconfigured.
I have learned to approach my professional field much differently and in a more playful way.
Kamilla Rasmussen, Marketing consultant
I realised that, if I want, I can produce 200 ideas to solve a single problem.
Fabrizio Negretti, Course participant
PHD CHRISTIAN BYRGE
“My passion and expertise is to help educators and managers across all domains to design serious, inspiring and playful training that develops creative thinking skills for all levels of education and for all types of organisations”
CREATIVITY COMPETENCE LEVEL
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FULLY UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF CREATIVITY
DEDICATED METHODS FOR CREATIVE MEETINGS
APPLYING COGNITIVE STIMULATION IN IDEA PRODUCTION
SYSTEMATIC COMBINATION OF KNOWLEDGE ACROSS DOMAINS
FORMAL EVALUATION STRUCTURES FOR CREATIVITY
EFFECTIVE PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTING NOVEL IDEAS
CREATIVE TEAM / ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
CREATIVITY AS A SECOND NATURE
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Creativity Toolkits & Works
How to teach creative skills &
innovative and entrepreneurial processes
This board game is challenging and it seriously advances your creative skills. Simply playing the games will make you more creative. The game is designed to use in class or with friends and family. It is designed on a draw-and-guess platform, where each drawing is started by the opposing team. It has similarities to the normal Pictionary game, however, it is designed to advance creative skills. I invented this toolkit in 2017 and it was published by the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship in 2018.
This board game is engaging and it seriously advances your creative skills. Simply playing the games will make you more creative. The game is designed to use in class or with friends and family. It is designed on a race-to-win platform, where each idea count as a move forward on the board. It has similarities to the normal ludo board game, however, it is designed to advance creative skills. I invented this toolkit in 2017 and it was published by the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship in 2018.
This card game is fun and it seriously advances your creative skills. Simply playing the games will make you more creative. The game is designed to use in class or with friends and family. It is designed on a “mix and match” platform, where a set of new ideas give points. It has similarities to the normal memory card game, however, it is designed to advance creative skills. I invented this toolkit in 2017 and it was published by the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship in 2018.
Online Gamified Training for Business Innovation: Examining an Embodied Gamified E-learning Module on Creativity (free scientific paper)
This article examines the use of a novel method of delivery of creativity training: a gamified embodied e-learning module for teaching the creative skills fundamental for practical business innovation. The e-module “Academy for Creativity” is examined as an out-of-class study activity for creativity training using interviews with focus groups of students, questionnaires on a larger group of students and individual interviews with teachers. The results reveal embodied gamified e-learning on creativity as a potential for increasing student motivation and engagement as well as a potential for advancing and increasing focus and student time spent on the deliberate practice of creativity as part of business innovation studies. The results also present recommendations for how to implement embodied gamified e-learning on creativity as a natural part of classes on business innovation. I co-authored this paper with Sandra Dingli, Shirley Pulis Xerxen, Kristian Brøndum, Patricia Nunez, Liisa Irene Hänninen and Chaoying Tang.
Want to significantly develop your creative skills? Academy for Creativity offers a playful, digital and gamified approach to creativity training. The story line includes an avatar-robot working in an office, and you will need to help this robot solving all the job-tasks that require creativity. The creativity training is free of charge, available anywhere – and at anytime. All you need is access to a computer and WI-FI. It contains 10 fun and serious research-based games. Anyone can improve creative skills with Academy for Creativity. The games practice key creative skills like flexibility, elaboration, fluency, originality, imagination as well as self-efficacy.
I co-developed Academy for Creativity in collaboration with a development team at Aalborg University lead by Kristian Brøndum as well as Patricia Nunez & Liisa Hanninen from Complutense University, Sandra Dingli & Shirley Pulis Xerxen from the Edward de Bono Institute, Chaoying Tang from Chinese Academy of Sciences and Erik Guzik from Vast Learning Systems.
Creativity is often perceived as rather static: something that one either has or does not have. However, there are several examples on how to manipulate mental states to temporarily become more creative by using techniques for cognitive stimulation and by using processes for structuring the thoughts of individuals and interaction in teams. More interestingly, research suggests that it may be possible to learn the “rules of creativity” by simple training. As such, it is possible to advance the skills of creativity and thus become more creative human beings in all aspects of life including the engagement in entrepreneurial activities. The potential of taking this knowledge into the field of entrepreneurship education is interesting for the development of better entrepreneurs. I co-authored this paper with Chaoying Tang and Jizhong Zhou.
This chapter discusses the role of creativity training for entrepreneurship education and matters of concern in integrating creativity training in entrepreneurship education. Concepts of creativity and creativity training are reviewed next, followed by the examination of the relationship between creativity and entrepreneurship. The integration of creativity into entrepreneurship is then discussed, followed by conclusion and suggestions for potential implications for future research.