By Bryan W. Mattimore
Providing more than a few assistance, options and stories to assist company humans faucet hidden inventive strengths, this ebook permits readers to creatively remedy quite a lot of office matters through explaining the right way to: comprehend the inventive method; observe their very own inventive talents; use the inventive innovations of such geniuses as Walt Disney, Albert Einstein and Leonardo Da Vinci; observe artistic innovations to place of work matters; and facilitate artistic or "brainstorming" periods.
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Taster's Choice is a trademark of Nestle Foods Corporation. Team Focus is a trademark of IBM. The Solution Machine is a trademark of Gemini Group. Thought Pattern is a trademark of BananaFish Software. Thoughtline, The Intelligent Writer's Companion, is a trademark of Dan E. Burns. UglyDuckling is a trademark of UDREC Corporation. Writer's Dream Tools is a trademark of Slippery Disks, Inc. Page xi Acknowledgments Life as it is, being one very large schoolhouse, I'd like to acknowledge seven of my most important teachers along the way: My dad, J.
I have tried to do the same in this book by being original, surprising, and creative in my treatment of the how-to of business creativity. Page viii The Charge of the AmEx Guy Some years back I was doing some training with the Cambridge, Massachusetts, creativity training company Synectics. Among our group's members was a senior manager at American Express. Throughout the two-day training course in creative connection making, this fellow contributed very little. Even when we were sent out into Harvard Square with Polaroid cameras to take pictures of "metaphors that captured the essence" of the problem we were trying to solve, an exercise that everyone else enjoyed very much, he seemed bored.
Wells-or possibly George Orwell? Not at all. This debate actually took place in the summer of 1976 in Minneapolis. The question, of course, is how did Pal Asija do it? How did he create a robot sophisticated enough to successfully debate a human in "real time," in front of a live audience? With a little thought, the answer is probably obvious to you. In an extraordinary, yet by no means impossible, Page 13 job of programming, Pal must have prescripted the debate, down to the very last word and pause, to make sure the robot said exactly what he wanted it to say at exactly the right moment.