The 8 Creative Types

Are you a Taker or a Maker? Or perhaps you are somewhere in between. The 8 Creative Types, part of a greater work called Create More Better Different, describes what creativity is made of and then helps you apply it to your own work. Where do your strengths and weaknesses lie? What sorts of tools do you need to create more, better, different work? This presentation is a primer for those answers.

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3 Responses to The 8 Creative Types

  1. Braden Kelley says:

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    On this page you’ll find the slideshare, and links to more information about the Nine Innovation Roles.

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  2. francisco Moyet-ortiz says:

    what’s about anticipates the solution, a I di with my patents…moy

  3. Francisco Moyet-Ortiz says:

    The best way to increase the “faster job’s making method” is to return the companies located outside our bounties, gave an incentive, put the money in the producer (not in intellectuals group’s) or identifies vissioners and working with those… moy

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