It’s human nature to simplify the complex and put everything in a box. What if it’s not possible to NOT think in a box? Then you need to think in NEW boxes.
Alan Iny’s insights provide a fresh perspective at a time when creativity is more important than ever in a world where the life span of an idea is short-lived.
Alan has spent his working life researching, writing, training and speaking on creativity in the business world. As the senior specialist for creativity at the Boston Consulting Group, he trains on how to think creatively and runs a wide range of training and workshops, around the world.
Co-authored with Luc de Brabandere, Thinking in New Boxes: A New Paradigm for Business Creativity is “a must-read for leaders who dare to look at the world in new ways.”
- The difference between deductive and inductive thinking
- 5 steps to thinking in a new box
- Why we mentally & physically put life in boxes
- Thoughts on creativity and how to fast track innovation
- 60,000-foot view of the evolution of BIC
- 17 Hats – Your all-in-one business solution. Business just got easier!
- The Creative Warrior Unleashed – Jeff’s 6-month go-at-your-own-pace coaching program on How To Be Successful When You’re Marketing Yourself and Your Talent.
- AudibleBooks and I have teamed up to offer Creative Warriors a free audiobook. This is a great way to try it out at no cost to you!
Guest Contact –
- Alan’s Website
- Alan on Facebook
- Alan on Twitter
- Alan on LinkedIn
- Alan’s book Thinking In New Boxes: A New Paradigm For Business Creativity by Alan Iny and Luc de Brabandere
Alan is generously offering a Free workbook about challenging assumptions and creating fresh business opportunities. Check out Creative Warriors Offers Page where you can grab Alan’s offer as well as check out the free gifts from previous guests.
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