Tag Archives: Lilly Haines-Gadd

Beyond Brainstorming: Encouraging Team Innovation

I just had an interesting conversation with a client: he asked me how you get a team to move beyond brainstorming. Oxford Creativity have a rule in our innovation sessions, that we always create a “Solution Park” in which we … Continue reading

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Why our food is making us fat

The article in the Guardian newspaper last week on “why our food is making us fat”  was riveting. It describes how in the western world we have become hooked on sugar, and the role of HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) … Continue reading

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Intuition, Creativity and TRIZ

I have always had a bit of a problem with the role of intuition or insight in creativity. When I was first taught the psychology of problem solving and creativity at Oxford Brookes University, I remember our lecturer talking about … Continue reading

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TRIZ and Cynefin Framework

I have recently been involved in a couple of sessions where we have combined TRIZ with Cognitive Edge.  These came about separately and in both cases I could see that using some of the techniques found in Cognitive Edge would … Continue reading

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This blog is written by Oxford Creativity. We are a consultancy which teaches and uses TRIZ: the theory of inventive problem solving. If you’re wondering what TRIZ is, read this. We teach TRIZ to people (about half our time) and … Continue reading

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