MGMT 2902 Dalhousie University Creativity Confidence and Innovation Questions.
I’m working on a Art & Design exercise and need support.
This assignment is based around our Module #1 reading (Reclaiming your Creative Confidence) and is designed to provide students with an opportunity to reflect on their own creative abilities and how they might be further developed. This article by Kelley and Kelley examines four fears that are often barreirs to our creative confidence and our innovative potential: Fear of the Messy Unknown, Fear of Being Judged, Fear of the First Step and Fear of Losing Control.
Each question I will post a CCP reflection question and an accompanying activity that you will complete on your own time. The activies are mostly fun Essentially they will challenge you to allocate a small amount of time each week to building your creative confidence! Your portfolio will include an entry for each of the four weeks. Each portfolio entry should include the following:
1. A reflection that answers the question I’ve assigned that week. This is a personal reflection. It should be no more than a page in length. All of the questions are posed to explore your perspectives about your own creative potential and capabilities.
2. A documentation of the week’s activity. This will most likely take the form of photo or evidence. At a minimum I need to see documentation of the output (or result) of the activity. If you’re able to capture the activity as it’s happening that’s even better. Be sure to provide me with captions that describe the images so that I know what I’m looking at. The documentation may lend itself to video capture but I think it can be done effectively with photo images.
Read a few articles and answer a few questions briefly
Kelley, Tom, and Kelley, David (2012). “Reclaim Your Creative Confidence.” Harvard Business Review 90.12: 115-35.
Baregheh, A., Rowley, J., & Sambrook, S. (2009). Towards a multidisciplinary definition of innovation. Management Decision, 47(8), 1323-1339.
Christel Lane & Daniela Lup (2015) Cooking under Fire: Managing Multilevel Tensions between Creativity and Innovation in Haute Cuisine, Industry and Innovation, 22:8, 654-676.
Phillis, J.A., Deiglmeier, K. & Miller, D.T. (2008). Rediscovering Social Innovation. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Fall. 27-33.
Pisano, G. (2019). The Hard Truth About Innovative Cultures. Harvard Business Review, [s. l.], v. 97, n. 1, p. 62–71. Like all of our Harvard Business review articles you’ll need to search for the article with the Dal Libraries website.
1.5 spacing and regular (or normal) margins are prefered.
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