Realistic Creativity Training for Innovation Practitioners: The Know-Recognize-React Model

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article – Annual report year: 2017Researchpeer-review

Standard

Realistic Creativity Training for Innovation Practitioners: The Know-Recognize-React Model. / Valgeirsdóttir, Dagný; Onarheim, Balder.

In: Technology Innovation Management Review, Vol. 7, No. 6, 2017, p. 5-15.

Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article – Annual report year: 2017Researchpeer-review

Harvard

APA

CBE

MLA

Vancouver

Author

Bibtex

@article{d2909eaaa2be4416b6d9858accffc586,
title = "Realistic Creativity Training for Innovation Practitioners: The Know-Recognize-React Model",
abstract = "As creativity becomes increasingly recognized as important rawmaterial for innovation, the importance of identifying ways to increasepractitioners’ creativity through rigorously designed creativity trainingprograms is highlighted. Therefore we sat out to design a creativity trainingprogram specifically developed for innovation practitioners. Our aim, inaddition to making a program based on a rigor scientific foundation, was todevelop a program which would be relevant for practitioners, theoreticallysound, as well as realistic for real world context. This we accomplished, inpart, through the transdisciplinary study described in this paper. Co-creationwas employed as a method to ensure the three layers of focus would be takeninto consideration. The result is a program called Creative Awareness Trainingwhich is based on the new Know-Recognize-React model.",
author = "Dagn{\'y} Valgeirsd{\'o}ttir and Balder Onarheim",
year = "2017",
doi = "10.22215/timreview1080",
language = "English",
volume = "7",
pages = "5--15",
journal = "Technology Innovation Management Review",
issn = "1927-0321",
publisher = "Carleton University",
number = "6",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Realistic Creativity Training for Innovation Practitioners: The Know-Recognize-React Model

AU - Valgeirsdóttir, Dagný

AU - Onarheim, Balder

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - As creativity becomes increasingly recognized as important rawmaterial for innovation, the importance of identifying ways to increasepractitioners’ creativity through rigorously designed creativity trainingprograms is highlighted. Therefore we sat out to design a creativity trainingprogram specifically developed for innovation practitioners. Our aim, inaddition to making a program based on a rigor scientific foundation, was todevelop a program which would be relevant for practitioners, theoreticallysound, as well as realistic for real world context. This we accomplished, inpart, through the transdisciplinary study described in this paper. Co-creationwas employed as a method to ensure the three layers of focus would be takeninto consideration. The result is a program called Creative Awareness Trainingwhich is based on the new Know-Recognize-React model.

AB - As creativity becomes increasingly recognized as important rawmaterial for innovation, the importance of identifying ways to increasepractitioners’ creativity through rigorously designed creativity trainingprograms is highlighted. Therefore we sat out to design a creativity trainingprogram specifically developed for innovation practitioners. Our aim, inaddition to making a program based on a rigor scientific foundation, was todevelop a program which would be relevant for practitioners, theoreticallysound, as well as realistic for real world context. This we accomplished, inpart, through the transdisciplinary study described in this paper. Co-creationwas employed as a method to ensure the three layers of focus would be takeninto consideration. The result is a program called Creative Awareness Trainingwhich is based on the new Know-Recognize-React model.

U2 - 10.22215/timreview1080

DO - 10.22215/timreview1080

M3 - Journal article

VL - 7

SP - 5

EP - 15

JO - Technology Innovation Management Review

JF - Technology Innovation Management Review

SN - 1927-0321

IS - 6

ER -